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Jfote. Typographical errors are not mentioned in the 
following list when the correct reading Is obvious. 
14 Adams, J., Pret. For PHOCION, pseud, read SMITH, 

W. L. 
16 Adams, J. Q. Speech on his resolution. For June 

22 read Jan. 22. 

20 Adorno. For Cattarina read Caterina. 
86 Alabama, steamer. Before SOME casual papers 

read NYE, G. 

88 Albret, J. d . For See Jeanne read See Joanna. 
47 Alison. Sir A. Add Several articles.] (In Black- 
wood s mag., v. 32, 33.) 

62 Allgemeines Reperlorium. For 1800 read 1819. 
69 Ambulance*, for GWILT read GURLT. 
00 America. LECLERC, C. For 1847 read 1807. 
101 Amiros, Sir E. for MATHER, I. Revolution read 
RAWSON, E., and SEWALL, 8. Revolution. 
MATHER, I. Same. (In Force.) for 1830 read 

106 Animalcules. MANTELL, G. A. For 1857 read 1840. 
123 Arago, D. F. J. Notices eel. for 1337 read 1837. 

140 Artols, R. d . Add Eng. (In Paris. Inat. 

Ace. of ms., v. 2. 1789.) 
174 Austria. Hist. Before AusTRO-HuKOARiAN empire 

insert WORM*, Baron H. de. 

181 Backus, Rev. I. Letter. For 1810 read 1794. 
187 Baily, F. Journal. For 1810 read 1850. 
202 Bannatyne Club. Publ. Namely. After 1807 insert 
Knox. J. Works, ed. by D. Lamg. 1840-04. 

209 Barclay, J. The last Same belongs to the Satyr icon 

not to the Icon aulmorum ; the date of the latter it 
1014 instead of 1714. 
207 Barbary. LA MOTTE, P. de. For 1703 read 1730. 

210 Baring, D. E. Contents. Insert Strove, B. G. be 

fore Dlss. de crkeriU manuscrlptorum. 
210 Barrell, Hiss. For 1800 read 1800. 
210 Barrell, J. Before Statement invert BARRELL. C., 

and others. Before True statement insert JOT, B. 
217 Barrow, Sir J. TV. Life and correspondence, etc., to 

Barrow, John, Jr. (p. 218). 

222 Baruffaldi, G. De poelis. For 1099 read 1723. 
225 Bate, J. Essay. For 1732 read 1752. 
227 Battle of Dorking. For Cbeeney read Chesney. 
230 Bayley. Ren. Klab. Transfer title to Bailey, Rev. 


236 Beaavoir, R. de. For 1849 read 1859. 

237 Beet ford, Wra. Descriptive account of Jamaica and 

Parliamentary opinions are by Wm. Beckford, the 

alderman; the rest are by his son Wra. Beckford. 
248 Belaham, T. for WILLS, W. read LOWELL, J. 
171 Bible. Commentaries. LUTHER, M. For 1829-44. 

8 v. read 1829-01. 23 v. 
277 Genesis. Commentaries BuNYAN, J. For v. 20 

read v. 2. 
290 Peter. LEIGHTON. R. Expository works. For 

1748 read 1798. 

806 Biot. E. C. TV. Zodraque clrculolre de Denderah to 

Blot, J. B. 

807 For Bismarck-Schoenhaasen, Carl Eduard Leopold 

Otto read BUmarck-Schoenhausen, Otto Eduard 


809 Bixio, C. L. Before. 1840 insert v. 3. 
310 Blackmore, Sir R. Dissertation. For 1772 read 

814 Blakey, R. History of moral science. For Zv. read 

2 v. 
816 Blatchford. Samuel, />./>., b. 1820. The Reports are by 

BLatchford, Samuel, judge. 
310 Bleaburn. for [by Mrs. E. C. Gaskell ?] read [by 

H. Martineau]. 
319 Blunt, E. M. An appendix, for Camb. read New- 

822 Boeder, J. EL De comparanda. For Schaffor read 


843 Boston. (Massacre.) For LOWELL read LOVELL. 
353 Botany. LINN.ECS, C. For 1049-09 read 1749-09. 

MARTYN, T. For n.p., [179-] read London, 

1792. 2 v. In 1. 
355 Botany Bay. See also. After Australia insert New 

South Wales. 
855 Botta, C. G. G. The History of Italy is a translation 

of the Btoria d ltalia, not of the Histoire des 


850 Boucheroni, C. For Doniano read Damlano. 
359 For Bourquelot, Felix read Bourqnelot, Louis Felix. 
303 Bowyer, G. fur statistics read statutes. 
300 Boy s own book. After diversions insert ; [by W. 


300 Bracebridge Hall. Insert ; [by W. Irving], and add 
Same. (In Irving, W. Works, v. 0. 1860.) 

373 Brattle, Wm. For Boston read Boston!. 

374 Bray, T. Papal usurpation. For 1712 read 1712, 11. 

2 pu. 
&80 Bridgeman, T. For 1857 rtad 1800. 


V i > 

383 Brisson, B. For Dictlonarium lurldlcura ; eura read 

De verborum qu ad jus civile pertinent slgnlHca- L/1 - 

tlone opera. 
884 Brissot de Warville, J. P. Eng. Discourse. For 

1781 read 1791. 
380 Brit. Col. in Amer. History. OLDMIXON, J. Dutch. 

For 2*. read 2 v. 4*. 

387 British Columbia, for BARRETT.LENMAKD read 


388 British for 1800-07 read 1837, 30. 

307 Brown, G. W. Origin. For Med. Hist, read Mary- 

land Hist. 

402 Brownlows. The. After 1808 insert 3 v. 
410 Banker Hill battle. For PUTNAM, D. read DEAR. 

BORN, H. ; insert by D. Putnam after Israel Putnnrn . 
421 Burgundy. MONSTKKI.ET, E. de. Same. For 1807- 

00 read 1857-00. Eng. For Johns read Johnes. 
427 Burnet, T.. Master. For Sacred theory of the earth, 

etc., rtad 

Answer to the late exceptions made by E. Warron 

ayalnst the Theory of the earth. London, 1090. f*. 

Review of the Theory of the earth and of Its proofs 

especially In ref. to Scripture. London, 1090. f*. 

Short consideration of E. Warren * defence of hi* ex 

ceptions against the Theory of the earth. London, 
1091. r. 

Theory of the earth : books 1, 2, cone, the deluge and 

Paradise; books 3, 4, cone, the burning of the world 

and the new heavens and new earth. London, 

1091, 90. 3 v. f*. 
435 Buxtorf, J. B. TV. the Lexicon Chaldnicum to Bux- 

torf, J. B., d. 1004 (p. 430). 
430 Byles, M., d. 1788. Death of the Queen. For 1721 

read 1737? 

430 Byrne, J. Influence, for 1830 read 1803. 
466, 460 Camden Soc. Pub. 8. For Marco read Macro. 

21. for Jordan read Jerdan. 25, 54, 89. for 

2 v. read 3 v. 87. Fur Long read Leng. 90. 

for Gardiner, S. W. read Gardiner, S. R. 
458 Campaigns of the armies. For 1804 read 1808. 
400 Campbell, John, b. 1779. Contents. Put the 3 befort 

Ld. Kenyon. 

473 Capital punishment. For MORI read MOIR. 
488 Casanova, Jacopo is the same at Casanova, G. J. 
610 Celts. Language. DAVIES, J. For 1860-01 read 

612 Central Soc. of Educ. Oontentt. S. For O Brian 

read O Brien. 

614 For Cevallas read Cevalloa. 
619 Champlain. 8. de. Voyages to Canada. For T. 1 

read v. 2. 
619 Champollion-Figeac, A. L. TV. Etat actnel to Cham- 

pollion-Figeac, J. J. 
619 Champollion-Figeac, J. J. Lettri-s des rots. For 

1839 read 1839-47. 2 v. 
642 Chemistry. LAVOISIER, A. L. CEuvres. For 1804- 

OS read 1864, 02-68. 

658 Chinese repository. For [1838-48] read [1832-48]. 
673 Church. T. Same. Withintrod. For v. 2 read no. 


014 After Cochran, J. insert STINCHFIELD, E. 
025 Collier, J. P. Misc. tracts. For London, 1803 read 

[London, 1807-08.] 8 v. 
033 Colvin, 8. For ATKINSON, J. B. (In his read 

Criticism on E. B. Jones. (In Atkinson, J. B. 
040 Compleat geographer. For London, 1709. f*. read 

London, 1709. 2 v. f*. 
002 Contagion. For DISCOURSE read MEAD, R. Short 

070 Corinne. For Works read OJuvres. 

087 Countess Gitela. For Wlstar read Winter. 

088 Conrcelles, J. B. P. J. For 1832-33 read 1822-33. 

092 Cox. Rev. G. W. Diet, of science, for Brand read 


093 Coyle, J. For Lain read McLain. 

094 for Cradock, R. Z. read Cradock. Samuel. TV. 

Sermon before the King to Cradock, Zacbary. 

708 Crowe, J. A., and Cavalcasselle, G. B. After Hist. 

of painting In Italy insert 2d-16th cent.; for 5 v. 
read 3 v. 

709 Crown Point. Be/ore SECOXD letter to a friend in 

sert CHAUMCY, C. 

T10 Cunningham, A. Lives. Same. Contents. After 
previous ed. insert 5 same as 6 of pret. ed. 

710 Cunningham, P. Two years. For 1825 read 1828. 
731 Dancing. For KATFUS read KATTFUSS. 

730 Dare, Jeanne. SCHILLER, J. C. F. For v. 5 read 

741 D Avenant, C. New dialogues. For Vol. 2 read 

Vol. I. 
745 Davis, N. M. For Memoir of N. Mitchell read 

Memoir by N. MITCHELL. 
758 Delavigne. J. F. C. Discours. For 1820-29 read 



T59 Delignieres, E. For 1860 react 1867. 

759 Dellon, M. D. i> the tame an Dellon. C. 

760 Delisle. . (Lettre) is the tame at Delisle, G uilhiume. 
704 Denmark. ffintory. For DITIIEIL, L. read LA 


7M Depping, O. B. Hfslolre den expedition*. Insert 
2 T. a/ter 1826. 

776 Diary of a late physician, for 1832 read 1862-63. 

777 Dibdin, C. The deserter, for v. 4 read v. 1. 
777 Dick. J. for 1863 rend 1836. 

797 For Dolomica*rca(/ Doloraiea. 

799 Dominican artist, for Farrar, IT. 8. read Lear, Mr. 


803 for Doubeux read Dubeux. 
823 Dumas, A. D. Lea morta vont vile. Contents. 2. 

for Lefevre. Dtumler read Lefevre-Deumler. 
833 Dutch literature, for MIELLER, J. rtarfMuLLER. J. 
860 Edwards, J/rt. A. Ought we to visit her? for (In 

Sharpe s mag. read (In Temple Bar. 
802 Edwards, Jonathan, Pret. of College of X. J. For 

WEST, 8. Read WEST, Samuel. Before Essay on 

moral agency intert WEST, Stephen. 
MS EATi. for Aoi [1837] read .Ao*^ [1737]. 
873 Ella Rosenberg, for v. 6 read v. 37. 
886 Encyclopedias. NICHOLSON, W. Same, After 

1818 add 12 T. S*. 
921 Erchempertus. for De postumis read De postre- 

mls; /or Langobardum read Langobardorum. 

Hiatorla. After Langobardorum rtad Beneventi. 

After The*, antlq. Ital. read v. 9, pt. 1. 
928 Essex Co. Before WATSON, W. C. intert Essex 

County, JV: F. 
930 Estienne, R. Fragments. After Latlnornm read 

; ed. ab H. Stephano; for Par., 1564 read [Gene- 

v,J 1564. 
933 Etomana ancient and modern. After Eton intert : 

by W. L. Collins. 

933 Etruria. LANZI, L. for 1824 read 1824-25. 3 v. 
948 Evesham. for MAYO, G. read MAY. G. 

948 Evidence. O ABKIEI,, M. for V. H. Tolon read 

[V. H.] Solon. 

949 Examination of the British doctrine. After peace 

rtad ; by J. Madison. 
961 Experience* of R. Taylor. for 8. Warren read 

[Mrs. J. Johnstone]. 
961 Exposition of the weakness, etc. After States read 

; [by C. F. Mercerl. 

961 Expression. Before WEBSTER, D. interl Expunging. 
963 Farmer, H. Christ s temptations, for E. s Inquiry 
read F. s Inquiry. Thii it about, not by. Fanner. 
963 Farmer s letters, A. After people insert ; [by L. Lin 

981 Fiacchi, L. for brattl read trattl. 
989 Fifiher, J. Be/ore Conference intert LAUD, W. 
1002 Florian, J. P. C. de. CEuvres. Dela (v. 3 w.). 
1007 Fonseca, G. L. da. for Mousanto rta<l Monsanto. 
1009 Forbes, J. D. Tour. For 1845 read 1855. 
1015 Fortification, for COKMONTAI.NGNE, L. de read 


1018 Fothergill, J. Rules. For 1762 read [177-]. 

1043 France. Route of Bourbon. LAFAYETTE.M. M. P. 

After 1828 Insert and Michaud v. 32. 1854. LA- 

CHETELLK, J. D. For 1819 read 1819-26. 
1063 (Lang.) Protody. OLIVET, J. T. de. for 1787 

read 1737. 
1066 Literature. HERICACLT, C. d . for Pesprlt 

avr. read 1 esprit franc-; after Mondes, read avr. 
10n For Fredst. P. read Fredet, P. 

1098 Galleries. After Castle Howard intert ; Pap- 

worth. J. W. and W. 

1099 Gallipoli, . Read Gallipoli. FERRARI, A. 

1100 Gambler, J. Be/ore MALTE.BRUN, V. intert Gam- 

bier Islands. 
1109 for Gatoube read Gatonbe; for v. 3. 1745 read v. 6. 

1111 Gayangos, P. de. Escrltoreo. Content*. For Tancho 

rear! Sancho. 

1114 for Gendyin, A. X. read Gendrin, A. N. 
1116 Genlis, 8. F. D. de St. A. for Lindane et Talmire 

read Lindane et Valrnire. 
1131 for Gerarde read Gerade. 

1131 Germany. Architecture, for Moeller read Holler. 
1153 Gillies, R. P. for Pierce read Pearse. 
1183 Goyer, P. von. for NF.CHOF read NIEUHOFF. 
1196 Gray, F. T. Before LETTER to the friends intert 

PRAY, L. G. 
1207 Or. Brit. Gen. Bd. of Health. Rept. on the supply. 

for 2 v. read 5 v. Home Office. Education in 
quiry. After 1835 insert 1 v. 
1226 Gen. and mite. biog. BcRKE, Sir J. B. for 

p. 1235 read p. 1236. 
1276 Greenland. O REILLY, B. For N. E. passage read 

N. W. pasRage. 

1281 Grenville, G. Before Conference insert MAUDUIT, I. 


1289 Grosart, A. B. Miscellanies. Content!. Effort A 

cruciflxe read Lever, C. 
1307 For Hachert, read Hackert. 
1309 Haendel, G. F. Transfer all the littet to Handel, 

G. F. (p. 1330). 
1314 Hale, Sir M. Contemplations. Afttr divine read 

(Vol. 2, 4th ed.) ; for 1746 read 1763, 46. 

1316 Hall. Jfrt. A. M. F. Ireland. For Hall, 8. R. read 

Hall, 8. C. 

1317 Hall, J. P. for Precott read Patten. 

1320 Ballet, Joseph. The Letter to the Moral philosopher 1 

it not by Hallet but to Mm. 
1327 Hampden, Co., Matt. Before Sketches iniert DAVIS, 

E., and othert. 
1332 Hargrave, F. For Judicial arguments read Juridical 

arguments; for 1797 read 17(<7-99. 

1334 Hardships. After government intert; [by T. Rey 
1340 Harleian miscellany. Content!. 12. Before Nine 

worthies insert Johnson, K. 
1348 Hartford Convention. OTIS, H. G. Before SHORT 

account intert LYMAN, T. 

1360 Hansrath, A. For Koflcr s read Eofler g. 
1371 Hazlitt, W. C. Shakespeare jest-book*. Contentt. 

2. for George Pule read George Peele. 
1382 For Hellwald, Friedrlch von read Heller von Hell- 

wald, Friedrich. 

1385. For Henniken, Sir Frederick read Henniker. 
1388 Henry, W. Omit by J. R. McDowell. 
1392 Hercules, thip. Before Narrative read STOUT, B. 
1397 Herodotus. LARCHER, P. H. Easai. for Buchan 

read Bucbon. 
1401 Hetzel, P. J. Contentt. 1. For Lemoine, C. read 

Lemoine, E. ; 2, before Histolre d un merle blano 

intert Musset, A. de. 
1416 Hirsch, T. Script. Contentt. 4. J. Lindau s. for 

SOjahr. read ISjnhr. 

1437 Homans, J. Obituary. ?*orv.4. 1869 read v. 11.1868. 
1441 Homo tr. Darwin. After man read ; [by W. P. 


1450 for Homer, T. read Hornor, T. 
1474 Hunt,J.H.L. Attempt. For 1869 read 1809. 
1481 Hntchinson, T. for 1674 rtad 1765. 
1488 Hymns. Biblioa. For BUCHANAN, C. read PEAR 
SON, C. B. 
1490 Indian. JONES, P.. For genungumouat read 

1494 Idolatry. MOSES BEN MAIMON. For Hebnea read 


1519 Inquisition. For DELLON. M. DELLON, C. 
1531 Ireland, fed. Hint. Inttrt MASON, H. J. M. before 

1563 Jackson, P. T. For HCNT, F. Life of J. (fn Mt 

Lives read Same (In Hunt, F. Lives. 
1562 For Jannson read Jansson. 
1586 Johns, H. T. For 1844 read 1864. 
1592 Joliet. Voyage, for Marqnette, P. read Har- 

qnette, J. 
1613 For Kathchen reatl Kaethchen. 

1615 Keen, for CROCKER read CROKER. 

1616 Kelly, J. For 1861-66 read 1861-71. 

1621 Keppel, Maj. G. it the tame person as Keppel, Geo. 

1629 King s own. For 1845 read 1854. 

1631 Kinne, A. Laws of the different States and Ques 
tions and answer are by Asa Kinne. 

1660 Latnbton, J. G. Letter. For Dunham read Durham. 

1662 Lancaster Co., Pa. Before NARRATIVE intert 

1669 Landscape gardening, for TAYLOR, I. read TAY 
LOR, J. 

1669 for Lannan read Lanman. 

1685 Lauzun, A. L. de G., due de. for v. 2 read v. 25. 

1724 for Lev6e Le Monnier, Jerome Balthazar Guillaume 
Antoine read Levee, Jerome Balthazar, and Le 
Monnier, Guillaume Antoine. 

1744 For Linnsan read Linnean. 

1768 Lockwood, J. The tears, for Woodbridge read 

1789 for Lothrop read Lathrop. 

1795 Louisiana. History. ORR, G. For 1830 rend 1803. 

1852 Manchester, Mass. CANDID enquiries. For 1819 
read [1825]. 

1907 Mass. Hist. Soc. Col. 88. For Asplnwall papers. 
Pt. 1. read Mather papers. 39. for Winthrop 
papers read Aspinwall papers. Pt. 1. 

1948 Mellen, P. For See Gray, H. G. read See Otis, 

2037 For Morean, Georges read Moreau, Jenn Victor. 

2080 Narraganset Country. The titles COFFIN and. at 
the end, FARMER thould be under Narraganset 

2108 New Gloucester, Me. For 1793 read 1847. 

2167 For O., Y. read O., T. 



L- J. Barney. (In Longacre, J. B. Nt. portr. gal., T. 4. 


L, H. N. O. See Hickman, H. 
I., R. Nova Britannia ; offering most excellent 

fruitcrt by planting la Virginia. (In Force, P. 

Cul. of tracts, v. 1. 1836.) 

Same. With a pref. note by F. L. Hawks. 

London, 1609, reprinted New York, 1867. 4. 

New life of Virginia ; second part of Nova 

Britannia. London, 1612. 4. 

Stimf. (In Mas*. Hist. Soc. Col., T. 18. 1819; 

and in Korea, P. Cut. of tract*, v. 1. ISoO.) 
L, 8. R. N. Sre Scot, T. 
I am afraid there I* a God! [by L. M. Sargent]. Boston, 

1833. A*. (D 18) 
I-Klng. PIPER. O. O. Ueber das I-King. (In- Zeitschrifl 

d. D. morgvnl. Ges., v. 3. 7. 184, 53.) 
I m not mesilf Ht uil; by C. A. Maltby. (So. 116 o/ Da 

Witt s actinic plays.) 
I will be a gentleman ; by Mrs. Tuthill. Boston, 

1844. 18". 

I wish you a happy new year. nJ.p. 1842. 12*. (C 246) 
lamblichua. De mysteriis ; priemittitur epiatola 

Porphyrii ; ed n Lat. vertit, etc., T. Gale. Ox- 

onii, 1678. f. 

Drama. See Eroticl scriptures (p. 923). 

De vita Pythagorica, Gr. et Lat. notis illust. a 

L. Kustero ; vers. Lat. confccit U. Obrechtus; 
ace. Male bus sive Porphyrius de vita Pyth- 
agone itemque anonymus apud Photium de 
Tita Pythagone. Amst., 1707. 4. 

De vita Pythagune. (/> Diogenes Laertius. De clar. 

phllo*. vitis. 1850.) 

Emj. Life of Pythagoras ; [also] fragments of 

the writings of Pythagoreans and a collection 
of Pythagoric sentences ; tr. by F. Taylor. 
London. 1818. 8. 

I&mbnlas. Sre Diodorus Sicrtlut. 

latrcliptic remedies. CHRESTIEX, A. J. De la 
methode iatroliptice, ou Obs. pratiques sur 
1 administration des reinedes u 1 exterieur, 
dans le traitement de maladies internes. 
Montpellicr, [1804]. 8. 

IbbeUon, James. Pleu for the subscription of the clergy 
to the 3D articles. 5th ed. Loud.. 1772. 8*. (B 1965) 

LETTEK to J. I. ou the 3d ed. of his plea for the sub 

scription of the clergy to the 39 articles. London, 

1771. 8*. (B125, 905) 

Ibbetson; Juliu*. Drawings of quadrupeds. See Church, J. 
Ibbot, Benjamin. L>.1>. Nature of the office of the civil 

magistrate; sermon, St. Liiwrence Jewry, Hept. 2U. 

London. 1720. 4 . (B 93, 1250) 

Same. (In Baron, R. 1 illnrs of priestcraft, v.l. 1768.) 

Sermon before Sir O. Thorold, Lord Mayor, etc., Bept, 

29. London. 1720. 4*. ( B 1250) 

True notion of free-thinking. (In Boyle lecture ser- 

mons, v. 2. 173U.) 

Iboriada, La: puemu epico. See Valvidarea y T.ongo, R. 
Iberville, P. Leinoyne d . See Lemoyne d Iberville. 
Ibn. For Arabic names beginning thus tee alxo Bin. 
Iba-Abi-al-Hakam. History of the conquest of 

Spain ; tr. and ed. by J. H. Jones. Goett., 

1858. 8. 
Ibn Abi ffayuldt. Traite sur I amour. (In Bibl. univ. des 

ronians, Nouv., v. 1. 1798.) 
Ibn-ad-Dm al-Ayfiic<iti. Journey into the Interior of 

Northern Africa. (In Oriental Trans. Fund. 

Misc. tr., v. 1. 1831.) 
Ibn al-Maqriz. Taqi ad-Din Bin Ali, called. LANCLES, L. 

M. Le livre des avis et sujets de reflexion*, ur la 

descrlpt. hist, des divisions lerritor. et des vestiges, 

Urea des annales de I Kifyptc-. (In Paris. Int. Ac. 

</. /n*tr. Not., v. 6. ISol.) 
Ibn-Batuta, Abu-Abdallah Muhammad, called. 

Travels of Ibn Batuta ; tr. with notes by S. 

Lee. London, 1829. 4. 

Ibn Butiita s travels in Bengal and China. (In Yule, 

H. Cathay. ISM.) 

ST. JOHN. J. A. (In AM Lives of ccl. trav.. v. 1. 1844.) 
Ibn Foazlan. KKAEIIN. C. M. Die Ultc-ten nrabiirchen 

Nachrichten ilbc-r die Wolaa-Bulglmren. ans Ibn- 
Foszlan s Koisebcrichte. (/ St. Petersburg. Ac. 
ScL Mem., 6e scr.. v. 1. 1832.) 
187. (2. 6. 78.) 

Ibn Hankal, Muhammad Abu-1 Kasim, calleil. Aliklij- 
hitad or The Kitaliu-l miisalik w:i-l tnnmnlik. (In 
Elliot, H. Nf. Ill-t. of India, v. 1. is.,7.) 

Ibn-Khaldun, Abd ar-Rabman Bin Muhammad al.fHi,lli 
ul-IIatttiraml. lallnl. Prolt-giuiu-neH ; lexte rnl>f, 
pub. par K. Qnatn-mere. (In Paris. Inst. Ac. d. 
In*cr. Not. des ins*., v. 16-19, part 1 of each. 

Onanr.Rc. AT ITrMso, J. Account of the great histor 
ical works of K. (In ROT. Asiatic Soc. Trans., 
T. 1. 1827.) 

Ibn Khnrdadba, Abu-1 Kaaim TTbaidu-llah Bin Abdh-llah 
Bin Khurdadba. culled. Kit iKn-l mn-uhk wu-l mam. 
Ilk. ELMOT, U. M. (In nit History of India, v. 1. 

Ibn Malik, Jamal-ad-Din Muhammad, called. Aln- 

yyaou la quintessence de la grammaire arabe ; 

pub. par Silvestre de Sacy. Paris, Oriental 

Trans. Fund, 1833. 8. 
Ibn Muhallib Bin Mohammad Bin Shadi. Mujmahi-tTaw- 

arikh. ELMOT, II. M. (In hit Uiu of India, 

v. 1. 1887.) 

Ibn Roshd. Sre Averroea. 
Ibn Sina. Set Avicenna. 

Ibn Wahshih, Ahmad Bin Abnbakr pseud, t An 
cient alphabets and hieroglyphic characters ; 
with an account of the Egyptian priests, etc. ; 
in English by J. Hammer. London, 1806. 4. 

A ote. On the authorship tec Graeise s Allgem. 
Llt.gench. , u. I. 1. p. 804. 

Ibn Zafar, Ibn Abi Muhammad. Solcvan el 
mota ; ossiano Conforti politic!, versione ital. 
de M. Amari. Firenze, 1851. 12. 

Iburg. ANNA LEU Yburgensm, 817-841. 1072-1085. (In 
Pertz, O. H. Mon. Germ., 8cr., v. 10. 185.) 

Ibycus. Knigm. (In Bergk, T. Poet lyr. Gr. 1863.) 

Icarie, Voyage en. k sVc C.ibet, E. 

Icazbalceta, Joaquin Garcia. Colleccion de docu- 
mentos para la historia de Mexico. Mexico, 
1858-66. 2 v. 8. 

Conttntt. Vol. 1. Notlcla de la plozas. Ramirez, 
J. F. Vidn de T. de Benavente d Motollnlti. Moto- 
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dians; Mikraak; Mohawk language ; Montag- 
nais language; Mnhhekaneew language ; Mntsnn 
Indians ; Nusklaujun Indians ; Onondaga Indians ; 

Opata; Pima or Nevome ; San Antonio Mis 
sion, Cat.; Selish or Flat Head In da. ; Seneca In 
dians ; Yakama language ; Yucatan. 


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of medicine among the Indians, their diseases and 
remedies. Phila., 1774. 8. (B 349) 


- SHEA, J. G. History of Catholic Missions 

among the Indian tribes of the U. States 
1529-1854. New York, 1855. $*. 

INDIANS (Missions) 


INDIANS (Treaties) 

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America ; corop. and tr. from the letters of 
the French Jesuits, [1656-17571. New York, 
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- ELIOT, J. Set Eliot, J. (p. 871). 

- WILSON, T. Knowledge and practice of Christ 

ianity made easy ; instruction for the Indians. 
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Masa. and N. V., [1744-94,] and a narrative of hit 
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SAOARD THODAT. HIIEA,) ; Chaumonot ; Dreuil- 
lettes, lire. G. ; Eliot, J. ; Ooupil, H. ; Oravier, 
R.; Illinois Inds. ; Mayhew, T. ; Mississippi ; 
Natick ; New England ; New Jersey ; New Or- 
leans; Pennsylvania; Ursuline; Wyandott; 
alto Society for Propagating the Gospel in Foreign 
Parts ; Society for Propagating the Gospel among 
the Indians. 


- HATHAWAY, J. Indian names. (7>i Wisconsin State 

Hist. Soc. Col., v. 1. 1865.) 

- MORGAN, L. II. Indian mode of bestowing and 

changing names. (In Amer. Asaoc. Proc., v. 13.) 
See alto Lenni Lenape. 


- B.VRTOX, B. S. New views of the origin of the 
. - tribes and nations of Amer. Phila., 1797. 8. 

- BOODINOT, E. Star in the west ; or, An hum 

ble attempt to discover the long lost ten tribes 
of Israel. Trenton, N. J., 1816. 8. 

- BRADFORD, A. W. American antiquities ; 

researches into the origin and history of the 
red race. New York, 1841. 8. 

- BUKDF.K, G. The Welch Indian ; papers resp. 

a people whose ancestors emigrated from 
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Science and artt. 

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stone period. (lit Smithsonian Inst. Kept*., 18C3.) 
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(Seealno History under the dates 1717,55,61,04,93, 

- NOTICES of Indian treaties. (In New Hamp. Hist. 

Soc. Col., v. 2. 18-27.) 
Sff alto Abnakis ; Alaska Indians ; Algonkins ; 

Apaches ; Araucaniuns ; Athapascans ; Ay- 
mara Inds. ; Blackfeet ; Brotherton Inds. ; Cal 
ifornia Inds. ; Central American Inds. ; Changes ; 

Chepewyans; Cherokees; Chinook; Chip- 
peways ; Choctaws ; Comanches ; Conestoga 
Inds. ; Connecticut Inds. ; Connecticut River 
Inds. ; Creeks ; Crees ; Crows ; Dakotahs ; 
Dartmouth Inds. ; Deecoodah ; Deguinos ; East 
ern Indians ; Eskimos ; Florida Indians ; Geor 
gia Indians; Housatonic Indians ; Hudson River 
Indians ; Horons ; Illinois Indians; loways; 

Iroquois ; Kennebec ; Knistenos ; Kutchin ; 

Lenni Lenape ; Loucheur ; Louisiana Indians ; 
Mandans ; Marshpees ; Massachusetts In 
dians ; Maynas; Mexicans; Micmac; Mo 
hawks; Mohegans ; Montauk ; Monymoyk ; 
Mosquito Inds. ; Muhhekaneen ; Muskokees ; Mut- 
nns; Muyshas; Narragansetts; Natchez; 
Natick ; Navajos ; New Jersey Inds. ; New York 
Inds. ; Niantic ; Nova Scotia Inds. ; Nukhlum- 
mis ; Nuskhiiyum ; Ohio Inds. ; Ojibways ; Onei- 
das ; Onondagas ; Opatas ; Osages ; Othomi ; 
Ottawas; Pawtucket; Penacook; Pennsylva 
nia Inda. ; Penobscots ; Pequawkets ; Pequot 




war ; Piankeshan ; Pimas ; Potawatomis ; 
Rhode bland Inds. ; Saconet ; Sac* and Foxes ; 
St. John Inda. ; Scanyawtauragahrooote; Semi- 
nolea ; Senecos ; Shapaptans ; Shawanoei ; 
Shawnees ; Stockbridge Inds. ; Tinneh ; Tote do 
Boole ; Yamacraw ; Wappinger ; Welsh Indians 
in America; Winnebagoes; Wisconsin Inds. ; 
alto Aborigines ; Cannibalism ; Caribee Isl. ; 
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Indiscernibles. MF.RIAN, . Sur le princIpe des Indis- 

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Industrial drawing. See Geometrical drawing. 
Industrial economy. See Political economy. 
Industrial exhibitions. See London ; New York ; 


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Ines de Castro; tras*edic. See La Motte, A. H. de. 

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MESML DURAND, AT. de. Bur la manoeuvre de I infun- 

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Inquiry reap, the authenticity of those parts of Matthew and 
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Inquiry, what is the one true faith? with an expo 
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Descrip. of the Great West of Scotland Fishery Com 
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2. Office bearem, 1858-59. Thomson, J. Centrifu- 
,il pump with exterior whirpool constructed fordn.ln- 
ng land. More, D. Friction*! engaging and disen 
gaging gear. Marine engine*. Bell, R. B. Patent 
lip docks. Carmichael, P. Account of xome practi 
cal experiment* on the economic ui>e of steam In steam 
engine*. Memoir of D. Tod and D. Mackain. Stir 
ling, P. Coal burning locomotive engines. Gorman, 
W. Combustion of coal. Lawrie, J. Q. Combustion 
of fuel; Effect of a third cylinder In the Clyde screw 
engine. Rankine. W. J. M. Working of certain fur 
nace* at Me**. C. Tennant & Co. * Chemicnl work*, St. 
Rollox ; Method of estimating the probable evapora 
tive power of fuel. Combustion of coal, plans of 
Messrs. Clark & Yarrow. Hunt, E. Patent-law re 
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dicator connection*. Presentation to the Instil, of the 
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Neilson, W. American river steamer*. Napier and 
Sons, Mr**r*. Experiment* on steel and wrought iron; 

Tabulated result* of the experiment*. 

3. Office bearers, 1S59-$0. Neilson. W. M. In 
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Lawrie, J. O. Treatment of steam for the develop 
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Simons, W. Improvements requisite in iron chip-build- 
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4. Officebearers, 1860-61. Rankine, W. J.M. In 
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engineering fk-ld work. American alr.englne. 
Froude, W. Junction of railway curves and transitions 
of curvature. Mr. Gravatt a method of applying the 
curve of sines . Stirling, P. Notes on Stirling s air 
engine. Bell, W. Descrip. of diagram showing n, 
reversal of curvature on the So. Devon railway. Simp- 
ton, G. Pumps: Ventilation of mines; Canal locks. 
Davison, T. Necessity for surface condensation. 
Laidlaw, D. Gas engineering. Bartholomew, II. 
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Ferguson, J. Underground mineral transit. Descrip. 
of Mr. Lnwrie s condenser. Alteration of regula 
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6. Office bearer*. 1861-62. Announcement ** to 
rize medal. Firrt vote for book*. Johnstone. W. 
.introductory addref*. Weir, G. Improved governor 
for screw propeller engine*. Simpson, G. Ventila 
tion of mine* : Machinery for boring rock*. Allan, 
A. Improved duplex spring buffer* mid draw springs 
for railway plant: Improved roof lamp for rwilwwy 
carriages, etc. Descrip. of a German veneer cutting 
machine. Norman, J. Wood planing machinery. 
Rankine. W. J. M. Frictional oil ten: Remarks on 
experiment* on the liquefaction of stenm in the cylinder 
of an engine working expansively. Communication 
* to proposed Royal Instil, buildings. Coradine s 
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of surface condensation. Whitesmith, J. Veneer 
cutting machinery. M Call, D. Movable bridge*. 
Alexander. W. Mining by Lnngwall. Pnrnell s hot 
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6. Office bearer*, l6C-63. Johnstone, W. Intro 
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mental Inquiry Into the comparative tensile strength 
and other properties of various kinds of wrought iron 
and teel. Committee for conversazione jointly 
*vith the Philosophical Society. Dr. Rankine s ex 
periment* on railway axles. Russell, G. Obtain 
ing fresh wnter by evaporation. Warner, J. Stereo, 
metric tablet for the computation of earthwork. Na 
pier, J. It. Instrument for extracting nails from timber; 

Useful addition to a steamer * bilge pumps. Gil- 
Christ, A. Corrosion of a screw propeller shaft. Bar 
clay. A. Exhibition of model* of cranes. Communi 
cation from the Glasgow chamber of commerce ns to 
patent laws. Patent law reform. Fyfe, ,T. Exhibi 
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Machine for testing cast iron. Admiral Robinson s 
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7. Office bearers, 1863-64. Napier, J. R. Intro 
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Renewing the substructures of railway bridges and 
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8. Office bearers, 186-J-flo. Napier, J. R. Intro 
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recent improvement* In the manufacture of cast iron 

Sipe*. Yule, J. Improved boiler carriage. Joule, 
. P. Self-acting apparatus for steering ships. Fitz- 
williams, C. II. L. New water engine. Downie, J. 
On Low s machinery for quarrying, ftr. Leeds, W. E. 
C. Self-acting hydraulic coal cutting machine. Car 
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9. Office bearer*. 1S65-66. Lawrie, J. G. Intro 
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*ail* of ships. Rankine. W. J. M. Tenacity of some 
fibrous substances. Robertson, J. Frictional screw- 
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Demonstration of a rule for calculating the displacement 
of *hip* with trochoid water line* and certain forms of 
midship sections; Memoir of D. Elder. Hannan, J. 
Description of an Improved steam engine indicator. 
Lyall. J., Jr. Construction of iron vessels. Clapper- 
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Connection of plates of iron and steel in ship building 
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10. Office bearer*. 1866-fi7. Lawrie. J. O. Introd . 
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Lloyd s and the Liverpool underwriters for the construc 
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Railway carriages. Thomson, /Vo/. Sir W. Rate of 
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uspennion. Skinner, J. Improved ireri nn apparatus. 

Drewsen. J. Improved stenm ferry-boat for pasien- 
get and cart traffic. Adams, T. Tlifory and practice 
of the nide valve. Hoel, T. Mode of collecting, rtc., 
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carving*. Lamprey, J. H. Certain antiquities in 
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Dawkins, W. B. Early antiquities in Portugal; An 
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Irvine, Ret. Robert. Certainty of death; sermon. St. John, 
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Irvine, Wm., M.D. Essays on chemical subjects, 
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Irving, C. Catechism of Grecian antiquities. 1st 
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Irving, David, LL.D. Elements of English com 
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History of Scotish poetry ; ed. by J. A. Car- 

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Lives of the Scotish poets. Edin., 1804. 2 v. 8. 

Contfnti. Vol. 1. Dissertation on the literary bis. 
tory of Scotland. Early ScotUh drama. Life of T. 
Lermout. A. Wlnton. James I. Henry the minstrel. 

Robert Henryson. W. Dunbar. 2. O. Douglas. 

Sir D. Lindsay. J. Bellenden. Sir R. Maltland. 

A. Scot. A. ArbuthnoU A. Montgomery. 
James VI. A. Ramsay. A. Rosa. A. Geddes. 
R. Fergusson. R. Burns. 

Memoirs of G.Buchanan. 2ded. Edin., 1817. 8. 
Irving, Edward. Collected writings ; ed. by G. 

Carlyle. London, 1864-65. 6 v. 8. 
Content*. Vol. 1. On tho Word of God. Parable 
of the sower. Book of Psalm*. Missionaries after 
the Apostolical school. Ordination charge. Histor 
ical view of the Church of Scotland before the Reforma 
tion. Notes on the standards of tho Church of Scot 
land. 2. John the Baptist. The Temptation. 
Homilies on baptism. Homilies on the Lord s supper. 
3. Prayer. Praise. Family and social religion. 
Discourses on public occasions. 4. Miscellaneous dis 
courses. 5. Doctrine of the incarnation opened. The 
Church. Gifts of the Holy Ghost. App. 

Extracts from a sermon, London, Jan. 22. New York, 

1826. S. (B 1098) 

For missionaries of the apostolical school ; ora 

tions. New York, 1825. 8. 

For the oracles of God, orations. For the judg 

ment to come ; an argument. N. Y., 182-3. 8. 

Sermons : True use of knowledge; Duties and advan 

tages of religious meditation. (In Suddarda, W. 
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CARLTLE, T. Death of I. (Tn Ait CriL essays, v. 3. 


MIRACLES of the Irving school shown to be unworthy 

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OLIPHANT, Mrs. M. O. W. Life of I. London, 

1862. 2 v. 8. 

WILKES, W. Ecclesiastical and literary biog 

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See alia Irving! tea. 

Irving, John Treat. Disc., with character of W. 8. John 
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Oration, July 4. New York, 1809. 8. (B 421) 
Irving, John Treat, Jr. Indian sketches. Phila., 

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Irving, Joseph. Annals of our time from 1837. 

New ed., to 1871. Lond. and N. Y., 1871. 8. 

Supplement, to March 19, 1874. Lond.,1875. 8. 

History of Dumbartonshire ; with notices of 

families. 2d ed. Dumbarton, 1760. 4. 
Irving, Pierre M. Life and letters of W. Irving. 

Vol. 1-4. N. Y., 1862-64. 4 v. 8. 
Irving, Theodore. Conquest of Florida under 
Hernando de Soto. London, 1835. 2 v. 12. 
Irving, Washington. Works. New ed. New York, 

1860-61. 21 v. 8. 

Content*. Vol. 1. Knickerbocker s New York. 2. 
Sketch-book. 3-5. Life and voyages of Columbus ; 
with those of his companiops. 6. Bracebridgc Hall. 
7. Tales of a traveller. 8. Astoria. 9. Crayon 
miscellany. 10. Bonneville s adventures in Rocky Mis. 
and the far West. 11. Goldsmith. 12,13. Mahomet 
and his successors. 14. Conquest of Granada. 15. Al- 
hambra. 16. Wolfert s Roost. 17-21. Life of Wash 

Adventures of Cnpt. Bonneville. See BonneviUe, L. E. 

Alhambra. Phila., 1832. 2 v. 12. 

.S awie. With vocab. by E. Anthon. Lpz., 

1846. 16. 

Astoria, or, Anecdotes of an enterprise beyond 

the Rocky Mts. Phila., 1836. 2 v. 8". 

Biographical sketch of T. Campbell. Set Wyoming. 

Biography and remains of M. Davidson. 

Phila., 1841. 12. 

Bract-bridge Hall. London, 1822. 2 v. 8. 

Same. New York, 1822. 2 v. 8. 

Chronicle of the conquest of Granada. Phila., 

1829. 2 v. 12. 

Spanish. Cronica de la conquista, etc.; tr. par 

J. W. Montgomery. Madrid, 1831. 2 v. 16. 

Crayon miscellany. Phila., 1835. 3 v. 12. 

Content*. Vol. 1. Tour on tho Prairies. 2. Ab- 
botsford. Ncwatcad Abbey. 3. Legends of the con 
quest of Spain. 

History of New York ; by Diedrich Knicker 

bocker. 4th Amer. ed. N. Y., 1824. 2 v. 12. 

Same. London, 1836. 16. (Fara. lib., v. 55.) 

Legend of Sleepy Hollow ; illust. by F. O. C. 

Darley. New York, 1849. ob. f. 

Life and voyages of Christopher Columbus. 

New York, 1828. 3 v. 8. 

Same, abridged. London, 1831. 16. (Fam. 

lib., v. 16.) 

Life of Washington. N. Y., 1855-59. 6 v. 8. 

Same. New York, 1856-59. 6 v. 12. 

Same, on large paper. N. Y., 1855-57. 4 v. 4. 

Mahomet and his successors. New York, 1850. 

2 v. 12. 

O. Goldsmith; a biography. N. Y., 1849. 12. 

Same. (/; Harper s fam. lib., v. 121, 122.) 

Rip Van Winkle ; illust. by F. O. C. Darley. 

New York, 1848. ob. f. 

The Rocky Mountains. See Bonnoville, B. L. E. 

Salmagundi. See Salmagundi. 

Sketch-book. N. Y., 1819-20. 7 no. in 3 v. 8. 

Same. Lond., 1834. 16. (Fam. lib., v. 43, 44.) 

Same. No. 2. New York, 1819. 8". (B 1835) 

Spanish papers and other miscellanies ; ed. by 

P. M. Irving. New York. 1866. 2 v. 12. 
Content*. Vol. 1. Legend of Don Roderick. 
Legend of the subjugation of Spain. Legend of Count 
Julian and his family. Legend of Pelayo. Abdc- 
rabman, the founder of the dynasty of the Ominiades in 
Spain. Chronicle of Fcrnan Gonzales, Count of Cas 
tile. Chronicle of Fernando the saint. Spanish ro 
mance. 2. Biog. sketches. Reviews and miscellanies. 

Tales of a traveller. Phila., 1824. 2 v. 8. 

Voyages and discov. of the companions of 

Columbus. Lond., 1831.16. (Fam. lib., v. 2-5.) 

Wife, in Ital.] Una moglle. (In Balbo, C. Novellc. 


Wolfert s roost and other papers. New York, 

1855. 12. 

BENSON, E. Brief remarks on the Wife 1 of W.Irving. 

New York, 1819. 8. (B 533) 

DANA, R. H.. Sen. The sketch book. (In N. Amer. 

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IRVING, P. M. Life and letters. New York, 

1862-64. 4 v. 8. 

IRVINOI.VNA ; a memorial. New York, I860. 4. 

MASSACHUSETTS HIST. Soc. Proceedings on the 

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SKETCH.] (In Longacre, J.B.,an<J Herring, J. Nat. 

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THACKERAY, W. M. (Inthe CornhUl mag., v.l. 1860.) 
Irving, Wm. See Salmagundi. 

Irving UK. Manning. BKOWNE, O. L. Constructive total 
loss; report. London, 1S47. 8. (B 1440) 

Irvingites. Cu\nit, J. Address to the Irvingites ; 
their heresy, etc., set forth. Lond., 1836. 12. 
See alto Irving, E. 

Irwin, Eylcs. Series of adventures, voyage up the 
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Account of the \f-.\n\v. of played by the Chinese. 

(In Roy. Irish Acad. Trims. . V. 5. 1704?) 

Eastern eclogues, written durlnga tour through Arabia, 

Egypt, etc., 1777. Ix>n.lon, 17KO. 4. (A 70) 




Ode to Robert Brooke [on] the death of Ilyder Ally. 

London, [1782]. 4*. (A 47) 
Irwin, R. B., and Bowman, S. M. Sherman and 

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Isaac Commenns: a piny, by H. Taylor. (In hit Poet. 

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Como ; Corsica ; Cortona : Elba; Etru- 
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Ischia; Lago Maggiore ; Liparl Islands ; Lom 
bard y ; Malta; Massa ; Men tone ; Milan ; 
Modena ; Monaco ; Naples ; Nice ; Padua ; 
Piacenza ; Piedmont ; Pisa ; Pompeii ; Poz- 
cuoli ; Prreneste ; Reggio ; Rome ; Salerno; 

Sardinia ; Savoy ; Sicily ; Siena ; Subiaco ; 

Syracuse, City of ; Turin ; Tuscany ; Umbria ; 

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DEMXA, O. M. C. 8ur 1 originedelalangueltnllenne. 

(In Berlin. Ak. d. Wis*. Abh.. 1795.) Comment 

In Innguc epagnole et la portugalae different de 

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GIAMBULLARI, P. F. II Gello ; [della prima 

engine della toscana, partic. della lingua fio- 

rentinn]. Fiorenza, 1546. 4. 
MUKATORI, L. A. Po origine llnguee Italica. (In hi* 

Antlq. Ital.. v. 2. 1739.) 
NANNCCCI, V. Voci.e locuzioni ital. derivate 

dalla lingua provenzale. Firenze, 1840. 8. 


FKRRARI, C. E. Vocabolario de* noml propri a*tan- 
tlvi tanto d oomlnl che dl femmlne. Mfzzi. L. 
Vocaholnrlo degll adlettlvl propri. (In Costa, P. 
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GRACICH, D. Nuovo cornpendio di ortopraphia 
e specialm. delle voci che raddoppiano le 
lettere. Firenze, 1833. 16. 


MARENCO. V. Bopra la prosodln metrlra Itallann. (In 
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TOMMAREO, N". Nuovo di/ionario dei sinonimi. 
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Minctllanrou* wort*. 

PAROLETTI, M. T-e caractere et 1 etode [de] 1 ltal. et 

la franc. (In Turin. Ac, d. Sci. Mem., v. 19. 1811.) 

SALVIATI, L. Degli avvertlmentl della lingua sopra l 

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BACDI DI VESME. C., and FOSSATI. 8. Vlcende della 

Sroprietainltnliadallacadutadell Imporio Romano 
no allo gtabilimento dei fcudi. (Jn Turin. Ac. d. 
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BOWYER, G. Statutes of the cities of Italy ; 
with the pleading of Farinacio in defence of 
Beatrice Cenci. London, 1838. 8. 


BLCME, F. Bibliotheca librorum mss. Italica ; 
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- Iter Italicum ; Archive, Bibliotheken, und 

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ITALY (Literature) 


ITALY (Literature) 


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d autore che scrissero in lingue morte primu 
del sec. xv. Miluno, 1767. 4 v. 4. 

- AUDIFFREDI, G. B. Specimen hist.-crit. edit. 

Ital. SJEC.XV. Romse, 1794. 4. 

- BANDINI, A. M. Catalogus codd. Italicorum 

bibhoth. Medicea; Laurentince, Gaddiana?, 
et Sane-tie Crucis. [Tom. v. Ital. scriptores 
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- BARETTI, G. Italian library ; lives and works 

of Italian authors. London, 1757. 8. 

- BERTE, A. P. Catalogo de libri del fit mar- 

chese Capponi. Roma, 1747. 4. 

- BIHLIOTHEQUE italique, ou Hist. lit. de 1 Italie, 

1729-34. Tome 4-8, 10, 12, 14-18. Geneve, 
1729-34. 12 v. 8. 

- BLLME, F. See Libraries (p. 1546). 

- CIAMPI, S. Bibliographia critica delle antiche 

corrispondenze dell I. colla Russia, ed altre 
parti settentrionali. Firenze, 1834-42. 3 v. 8. 

- FONTANINI, G. Biblioteca dell eloquenza ital- 

iana. Parma, 1803-04. 2 v. 4. 

- Fusi, F. Bibliografia od elenco ragionato delle 

opere cont. nella coll. de class, ital. Milano, 
Soc. Tipog. de Class. Ital., 1814. 8. 

- GALLARINI, G. Catalogo delle opere antiche e 

modeme. Parte la. [Roma,] 1856. 8. 

- GAMU.V, B. Indice manuale tratto dal Serie de 

testi . Milano, 1812. 16. 

- - Serie del testi di lingua e di altre opere scritte 

dal sec. xiv al xix. 4a ed. Venezia, 1839. 8. 

- HATM N. F. Biblioteca ital. ossia notizia de 

libri ran ital. Ed. ampl. Milano, 1803. 4 v. 8. 

- INDICB delle ediz. citate dagli Accad. della 

Cruscanellorovocabulario. Lucca, 1835. 32. 

- MAZZUCHELLI. O. Set Literature : History. 

- MOHTAUA, conte A. Biblioteca italica, libri 

posseduti dal conte Mortara, ora [nella] Bib 
lioteca Bodleiana. Oxford, 1852. 8. 

- PIATTI, G. Catalogo dei libri latini. Firenze, 

1838. 8. 

- POOOIALI, G. Serie de testi di lingua. Li- 

vorno, 1813. 2 v. 8. 

(Anonyms and pseudonyms. ) 

- MEI.ZI, G. Dizionario di opere anonime e 

pseudonime. Milano, 1848-59. 3 T. 8. 
Bibliographical periodicals. 

- ANNUARIO bibliografico italiano, Anno 1, 2 ; 

1863-64. Torino, 1864-65. 2 v. 8. 

- GIORNALE arcadico di scienze, lettere, ed arti. 

Vol. 1-212. Gen. 1819- apr. 1868. Roma, 
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- GIORNALE de letterati d ltalia, [di A. e di P.C. 

Zeno]. Venezia, 1710-33. 38 v. in 42. 12. 

- GIORNALE generate della bibliografia ital., 1861- 

65 ; [di G. Molini]. Firenze, 1861-65. 5 v. 8. 

Set also Ati ; Bologna ; Ferrara ; Florence ; 

Milan ; Modena ; Naples; Nice; Parma ; 

Perugia; Piedmont ; Ravenna ; Rome ; 
Savoy ; Tuscany ; Venice ; also Ariosto ; 

History (including lives of authors and scientific men). 

- BOLTERWEK. F. Oesch. dcr Ital. I oesle und Beredearn- 

kelt. (In Mt Gesch. der Poeie. v. 1. 2. 1801-02.) 

- BCRCKHARDT, J. Die Cultur der Renaissance 

in Italien. Basel, 1860. 8. 

- CRESCIMBENI, G. M. Le vite degli Arcadi il- 

lustri. Roma, 1708-14. 3 v. 4. 

FABRONI, A. Vitac Italorum doctrina excellen- 
tium. Vol. 1-18. Pisis, 1778-99; v. 19, 20. 
LUCOD, 1804-05. 20 v. 8 8 . 

FORSYTH, J. Antiquities, arts, and letters in 
Italy. London, 1813. 8. 

RUtnurnzlnne delle sclenzu ll Uto seinilta In Italia 
circa le meti del seeolo [15071. (In Turin. Ac. d. 
Set. Mem., v. 35. 1831.) 

GIXOUENE, P. L. Hist. lit. d ltalie ; (v. 10) 
contin. par F. Salvi. Paris, 1812-23. 10 v. 8. 

GIOBERTI, V. Pensieri e giudizi ; rac. da F. 
Ugolini. Firenze, 1859. 16. 

- GRESWELL, \V. P. Memoirs [with] transla 

tions ; and notes and observations cone, lit 
erary characters of the 15th and 16th centu 
ries. 2d ed. Manchester. 180-5. 8. 

- HALLAM, A. H. Oration on the Influence of Italian 

works of Imagination on the name clan* of compo 
sitions in Eng. (In his Remains. 1862.) 

- LOMBARDI, A. Storia della lettcratura italiana 

nel sec. xvm. Modena, 1827-30. 4 v. 8. 

- MAZZIM.J. Ital. lit. since 1830. (In A> Life, v. 2. 1865.) 

- MAZZCCHELI.I, G. Scrittori d ltalia, [A-B]. 

Brescia, 1753-63. 2 v. in 6 pts. f. 

- MILLS, C. Travels [fictitious] of Theodore 

Ducas at the revival of letters and art. Part 
1. London, 1822. 2 v. 8. 

- MONTGOMERY, J., and others. Eminent liter 

ary and scientific men of Italy, etc. Lon 
don, 1835-37. 3 v. 16. (Lardner. Cab. eye.) 

- MUHATORI, L. A. De llternrum statu, neglpctu. ct 

cultura In Italia post barbaros In enm Invectos 
usqnp nd 1100. De literarum fortuna In luilla 
post 1100. et de academlarum give pymnnsiorum erec- 
tlone. (In his Antlq. Itnl.. v. 3, 1740.) 

- NANJIUCCI, V. See Collections. 

- OZANAM, A. F. Documens in6d. pour servir a 

1 hist. lit. del I., 7e-13e [siec.]. Par.,18oO. 8. 

- PERREJCS, F. T. [Various rticlen on modern Italian 

lit.] (In Revue d. D. Mondes. nov. 1854- Jan. 1S66.) 

- Roux, A. Histoire de la litterature italienne 

contemporaine. Paris, 1870. 16. 

- BIMOKDE DE BISMONDI, J. C. L. (In his Lit. du mldl 

de 1 Europe. 1829.) 

- TASSO. T. L cavaletta. owero della poesle toscana. 

(In his Opere, v. 7. 1822.) 

- VANNL CCI, A. Delia lotterature Italiana ncl corrente 

ecolo. (In Archivio ator. . n... v. 2. 18oo.) 

- VlEL SSEL X. A. Treatle on modern Italian literature. 

(In his Italy and the Italians. 1824.) 

- ZIRARDINI, G. L ltalia letteraria ed artistica ; 

100 ritratti, con cenni stor. Parigi, 1850. 8. 
See alia Alfleri, V. : Ariosto, L.; Azeglio. M. T.. 
marrh. d ; Balbo, C. ; Boccaccio, O. ; Bruno, G. ; 
Cardano, O. ; Cerutti. A. ; Chia>>rera, O. ; 
Colonna, V. ; Dante A) ighieri ; Davila. A. C. : 
Foscolo, N. U.; -Galilei. G.; Giuati. O.: Gol- 
doni, C. ; Macchiavelli, JC. ; Metantasio, P. ; Mez- 
zofanti. G. G.: Parini. G.; Pellico. S. ; Pe- 
trarca, F. ; Pico, G. ; Poggio-Bracctolini, G. F. ; 
Sannazaro, G. ; Socino, F. ; Tasso, T. ; Vico, G. ; 
also Lignria; Padna ; Piacenza; Rome. Ac- 
cad, degli Arcadi ; Sicily ; Venice ; Vercelli. 
Jfott. A. Zeno a Lettcrc. 107-1750. contain 
many notices of the literary history of his time. 


- BACHI, P. Scelta di prose italiane. Camb., 

1828. 12. 

- FABHRUCCI, F. Tesoretto d autori classici ital- 

iani. 2a ed. Berlino, 1865. 8. 

- GRKSWELL, W. P. See Hintory. 

- NANXUCCI, V. Manuale della letternturn del 

lo sec. della ling. ital. 2aed. Fir., 1850-58. 
2 v. 12. 

ITALY (Literature) 


ITALY (Literature) 

- PROSE italiane. Milano, Soc. Tip. da Class. 

Ital^ 1808-09. 3 T. 8. 

- RACCOLTA di prose ital. Milano, Soc. Tip. de 

Chut. Ital^ 1808-09. 3 T. 8. 

- BcmirroRi class iuvl. Set Pol. econ. (p. 1549). 

See alto Florence (Literature). 

Jfote. The Library ha* eparate works by Albert!, 
L. B.; Boccaccio, Q. ; Boccalini, T. ; Casa, G. 
delta ; Cautiglione, B. ; Curci, C. M. ; Danti, A. ; 
_ Davanzati, B. ; Oioberti, V. ; Giusti, G. ; 
Gravina, G. V. ; Gnarini, B. ; Guicciardinl. F. ; 
Leopardi, O.; Ma.bil. L.; Macchiavelli, N.; 
Malvezzi, V.; Manzoni, A.; Mecastaslo, P.; 
PandoLftni. A.; Parini, O. : Pindemonte, I.; 
Poggio Bracciolini, O.K.; Redi, F. ; Rossi, Q, ; 
Sannazaro, O.; Soderini, G. V. ; Speroni, 8.; 
Taaao, T. ; Vettcri. P. 

Ballad t. 

- GIRONI, R. Raccolta di lirici ital. Milano, 

Soc. Tip. de Class. Ital., 1808. 8*. 

- GBEOORIO, R. di. Ital. Lieder dcs llohcnstau- 

fischen Hofes in Sicilien. Stuttg., 1843. 8. 

- MARCOALDI, O. Canti populari iiiediti umbri, 

liguri, piceui, piemonteai, latini. Geneva, 
1855. 12. 

- RATIIERV, E. J. B. Les chants populairea de 1 Italle 

moderue. (In Revue d. D. Mondes, mars 18*5i) 

- TOMM.VSEO, N. Canti populari toscani, corsi, 

illirici, greci. Venezia, 1841-42. 4 T. 8. 
See alto Florence ; Tuscany. 


See Bern bo, P. ; Bert awi, O. ; Bruno, O. : 
Croce. G. C.; Boni, A. F.; Leopardi, G.; Bal- 
riaU, L. ; - Taaso. T. 

Drama. (Bibliography.} 

- FIRRARIO, G. Catalogo raglonato di coiumedie rnstl- 

cale. (/n Teatro Hal. ant., T. 10. 1812.) 

Drama. (Hintory.) 

- ARTF.AOA, S. Rivoluzioni del teatro musicale 

ital. 2 a ed. Venezia, 1785. 3 T. 8. 

- KBERT, A. Die altesten ital. Mysterien. (In Jahr- 

bach fUr roman. Lit., v. 5. 1844.) 

See alto Revue d. D. Moodes, table gvn., p. 425. 
Drama. (Collection*.) 

- BACHT, P. Teatro scelto ital. Camb., 1829. 12. 

- ITALIAN comedies. N. Y. and Phila., 1849. 8. 

- RACCOLTA di tragedie scritte nel secolo xvin. 

Milano, Soc. Class. Ital., 1825. 2 v. 8. 

- TEATRO ital. antico. Milano, Soc. Tip. de Class. 

/to/., 1808-12. 10 v. 8. 

J/ole. The Library has also plays by. Alfleri, V. ; 
ArioRto, L. ; Baldwin, G. ; Bianchi, A. ; Bon- 
arelli, C. G. de ; Bruno, O.; Casti, G. B.; Fi- 
orillo, 8. ; Firenzuola, A. ; Foscolo, U. ; Gen- 
oino, G. ; Giraud, G. ; Goldoni, C. ; Gozzi. C. ; 
Ouarini, O. B. ; Maechiavelli, N. ; Manzoni, A. ; 
Metastaslo, P. ; Miani. V. : Monti, V. ; Niccc- 
llni, G. B .: Nota, A. ; Pellico, 8. ; Pindemonte, 
I. ; Polidori, G. ; Romani, F. ; Salviati, L. ; 
Speroni. 8. ; Tasso, T. ; Ventignano, delta Valle, 
duca di ; Zeno, A. 


p. 053, 054. 

fiction. (Bibliography.) 

- GAMBA, B. Delle novelle ital. in prosa biblio 

grafia. 2a ed. Firenze, 1835. 8. 

- MELZI, G. Bibliografia dei romanzi e poemi 

romanzeschi d Italia. Milano, 1829. 8. 
(Vol. 4 of Ferrario, G. Storia.) 

- - Same. 2a ed. Milano, 1838. 8. 

fiction . ( Collection *.) 

- BROXFERIO, A. Tradizioni italiani. Torino, 

1847-50. 4 v. 8. 

- GKKKNE, N. Tales and sketches ; tr. Boston, 

1843. 12". 

RACCOLTA di novelle ital. Milano, Soc. 

Class. Ital^ 1804-10. 3 T. 8. 

ROSCOE, T. Ital. novelists. Lond.,1825. 4v. 8. 

Ifote. The Library has also works by Azeglio, M. d ; 

Balbo, C. ; Bandello, M. ; Boccaccio, G.; 
Boccalini. T. ; Canto, C. ; Carcano, G. ; Castifj- 
lione, B. ; Firenzuola, A. ; Gallenga, A. ; Gari 
baldi, G. ; Giovanni jlorentino ; Giraldi, G. B. ; 
Gozzi. C. : Grossi. T. ; Gaerrazzi, F. I). ; Levati, 
A. ; Maleapini, C. ; Manzoni, A. ; Rosini. G. ; 
Sacchetti. F. ; Setiman, Z. : Soave, F. ; Usiglio, 
A. ; Verri. A. See alto FERRARIO under Poetry, 

ffurnor, Burlet juts, Travesties, etc. 
See Bnd, F. ; Croce, G. C. ; Lalll, G. B. ; 
Lippi, L. ; Loredano, G. F. ; Paid, L. 


DATI. C. R.. ed. Lettere. (In hie Prose fior., pt. 5, 

v. 1. 1T54.) 

FABKONI, A. Lettere inedite diuominiillustri. 

Firenze, 1773-75. 2 T. V. 

RACCOLTA di prose e lettere scritte nel secolo 

xviii., v. 2, 3 : Lettere familiari, v. 1, 2. Mi 
lano, Soc. Tip. de Class. Ital., 1830. 2 v. 8. 
See alo Ariosto, L. ; Balbo, C. ; Bembo, P. ; 
Bianconi, G. L. ; Boccaccio, G. ; Caro, A. ; Casa, 
G. della; Chiabrera, G.; Costantini, G. A.; 
Dante Alighieri; Foscolo, U.; Gabrielli, A.; 
Gioberti, V.; Giasti, G.; Gaicciardini, F. ; Lo 
redano, G. F.; Maechiavelli, N". : Manutio, P. ; 
Manzoni, A. ; Parini. G. ; Redi, F. ; Speroni, 8. ; 

Tasro, T.; Zeno, A. 


DATI, C. R., ed. Orazlone. (In his Prose fior., pt. 1, 

v. 1-5; 2, T. 6; 8, v. 1. 1751-54.) 

See Badoaro, P. ; Casa, G. della; Sal via ti- 
L.; Speroni, 8. 


Note. The Italian periodicals in the Library, in - 
eluding- newspapers, are: 
Annnario bibllografico italiano. a. 1863, 64. Torino, 

1864-65. 2 v. 8*. 
Archivio storico italiano. 3 ser. and app. Firenze, 

1842-74. 63 v. V. 

Indice. Firenze, 1857-74. 2 v. 8*. 
Galleria di Minerva, m. Venetla. 1696-97. 2 v. f. 
Giornali arcadico dt sclenze, lettere ed. arti. q., b.m. 

Gen. 1819-apr. 1868. Roma, 1819-71. 212 v. 8*. 
Giornale do letteratl d ltalia. q. Venezia, 1710-33. 38 v. 

in 42. 12. 
Giornale generate delta bibliografia italiana. m. 1861- 

65. Firenze, 1861-65. 5 v. 8. 
Giornale storico dcgli archivi toscani. q. Gen. 1857 - 

marzo!86i Firenze. 1857-62. 6 v. 8". 
Memorie romane dl antichita e di belle arti. a.? Vol. 1- 

3. Roma, v. 4, Peaaro, 1824-27. 4 v. 8. 
Kazione, La. d. Firenze. 1861-64. 8v. f*. 
Opinione, L*. d. 1861-71. Torioo, 1861-65, Firenze, 
11 v. 1866-71. r. 

49- a., annually; b.m., bi-monthly; d., daily; 
q., quarterly; m., monthly. 

Poetry. (History.) 

CRESCIMBEXI, G.M. Istoria della volgar poesia. 

Impress. 3a accresc. Venez., 1731, 30. 6 v. 4. 

FERRARIO, G. Storia ed analisi degli romanzi 

di cavalleria e dei poemi romanzeschi. Mi 
lano, 1828-29. 4 v. 8. 

GCASTI, C. I priml poetl ital. nuovamente scopertl. 

(fn Archivio etor. ital., ser. 3. v. 7, pt. 1. 1SOS.) 

MACAULAY, T. B. Criticism on the principal Ital. wri 

ters, Dante, Petrarch. (In Ms Miscel. v. 1. I860.) 

MF.I.ZI. G. Ste fiction. 

MERAIN, J. B. Origine de la poesie ital. (In Serieys, 

A. Bibl. acad., v.9. 1811.) 

MURATORI, L. A. Delia perfetta poesia itnl. ; 

con. annot. [di] Salvini. Ven., 1724. 2 v. 4. 

De rhytmica veterum poi si et origine Ital. poeseos. 

(In Ms Antlq. Ital., v. 3. 1740.) 

PAXIZZI, A. Essay on the romantic narrative poetry 

of the Italians. (In Bojardo, M. M. Orlando. IS- Vt.) 

RASKE, F. L. von. Zur Gesehichte der it;il. I oesie. 

(In Berlin. Ak. d. Wiss. Abh., 183-i. H. 2.) 

See also Poets laureate ; Piedmont; aluo 
Revue d. D. Monde*, table gen., p. 452. 

ITALY (Literature) 


ITALY (Registers) 

Pot try. (Collection*.) 

- FF.RRARIO, O. Poesie pastoral! e rustical!. 

Milano, Soc. Tip. de Class. Hal., 1808. 8. 

- GIRONI, R. Raccolta di lirici. Mil., 1808. 8. 

- HUNT, J. H. L. Stories from Italian poets. 

New York, 1846. 12. 

- POEMATA Italorura qul sec, xvi. Lat. scrip*. SM 

Latin literature (Modem). 

- POESIE di diversi autori. Londra, 1782. 12. 

- POETI e poctesse ital. contcmporanei. Parigi, 

1843. 8. 

- ROSSETTI, D. O. Early Italian poets, from 

Ciullo d Alcamo to Dante. Lond., 1861. 8". 

- SAOOIO di rime di diversi autori dal xiv. fino al 

xviii. sec. Firenze, 1825. 8. 

- TEUCCHI, F. Poesie ital. inedite, infino al sec. 

XTII. Prato, 1846-47. 4 v. 8. 

Se alto Venice. 

2fote. The Library has also worka by Achillini, C. ; 
" AUmanni, L. ; Alfleri. V. ; Alviso. Q. ; Ari- 
oto, L. ; Bada, O. : Bartolomei, O. ; Bembo, F. ; 

Benivieni, O. : Berni, F. ; Boccaccio, O. ; Bo- 
Jardo, M. M.; Buonarroti, M. A. ; Burchiello, D.; 

Caravia, A. ; Caro, A. ; Casti. O. B. ; Caatig- 
lione, B. ; Chiabrera, G. ; Cino da Pintoja G. de 
B. ; Cordara, G. C. ; Corteae, G. C. ; Dante AH- 
ghieri ; Filicaia, V. da; Firenzuola, A.; Fo- 
lengo, T.; Fortigaerra, N. ; Francesco d J Asisi, 
St.; Genoino, G.; Giraud, G. ; Giusti, G.; 
Gozzi. C. ; Guarini. B. ; Jacopone da Torfi, B. ; 
Lalli, G. B. ; Lanotte. G. ; Latini, B. ; Leopardi, 
G. ; Lippi, L. ; Lodovici, F. ; Maffei, F. ; 
Manzont, A. ; Marino, G. B. ; Maaini, V. ; Meli, 
G. : Menzini, B. ; Metaataaio, P. ; Molza, F. M. ; 

Pananti, F. ; Pancetti, C. ; Parini, G. ; Pa 
terae, L. ; Petrarca, F. ; Petroni, 8. E. ; Pinde- 
monte, I. ; Poerio, A. : Poggiolini, R. ; Poliziano, 
A. A. : Preti, G. ; Pulci, L. ; Redi, H. ; Rosa, 
8. ; Rucellai, G. ; Saccenti, G. 8. ; Sacchetti, 
F. ; Sunnazaro, G. ; Savonarola, I. ; Sega, G. ; 
. Silva, L. ; Strozzi, G. ; Tansillo, L. ; Taaao, 
B. ; Tasao, T. ; Tassoni, A. ; Tonunaseo, N. ; 
Trisaino, G. G.: Ubrti, F. degli; Valvassone, 
E. de; Vico, G. B.; Zappi, G. B. F. and F. M. : 

and some other writers whoso works may be found 
la the present list of books about Italy (pp. 1640-50). 


RACCOLTA di poesie satiriche. MUano, Soc. Tip. 

de Class. Ital., 1808. 8". 
See also Menzini, B. 


- VALENTIN, L. Voyage medical en Italic, 1820. 

Nancy, 1822. 8. 

Hints and Money. 

CORDERO DI 8. QLTXTTNO, G. Sopra argomenti spet- 

tnnti a rnonete conlate in Italia net sec. xiv. e XVII. 
(In Turin. Ac. d. Set. Mem., ser. 2, v. 10. 1849.) 


delta zecca in Italia nel scroll x. e XI. (In Turin. 
Ac. d. Sci. Mem., v. 33. 1829.) GAZZERA.C. Int. 
atle zecche e ad alcune rare moneta degli antichl 
di marchesiCeva, d incisa, e del carretto. (In v. 37.) 


- BEYLE, M. H. Present state of music in Italy. (In 

his Vies de Haydn, etc. 1854; and Eng. 1818.) 
See also Opera; alto Malibran, J/m. ; Pales- 

trina, G. ; Rossini ; alto Dramu (Iliitory), p. 1548. 
Note. For articles on Italian music and musicians in 

the Revue d. D. Mondca tee iu Table gen., p. 453. 



Belnamen der Stadte Italiens. (In Jahrbuch filr 
rom. und eng. Lit., v. 9. 1868.) See alto Tuscany. 

National character and social life. 

ALLOM, T. Character and costume in Italy ; 

[with descr.] by E. Reeve. Lond., [184-]. f". 

BARETTI, G. Account of the manners and 

customs of Italy. London, 1768. 2 v. 8. 

- DENINA, G. M.C. Essai sur les traces nncicn. 

du caractcre des Ital. mod., des Sioilieus, dcs 
Sardes, et des Corses. Paris, 1807. 8. 
Note. From Berlin. Ac. d. WUs. Abh., 1705. 

- RITCHIE, A. C. M. Italian life and legends. 

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CJHEAT meeting of Irinlunen, Phila., Aug. 6, to prevent 

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MEKRICK, P. Eulogium, Boston, on J. Boston, 1845. 

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NORTHAMPTON, pneud. To (J. Bancroft, the tndu>M-r 

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NOTICE biog. sur J. Paris, 1829. 8 . (B 966) 

PAKTON, J. Life of J. N. York, I860. 3 v. 8. 

PLAIN reasons for preferring J. to Adams as President. 

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REIU, J., and BATON, J. H. Life of J. Phila., 

1817. 8. 

REMARKS on the ordinance of nullification, the Presl- 

dent s proclamation and last message, by a Bouth 
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REVIEW of the battle of the Horse-Shoe and of tho 

facts relating to the killing of sixteen Indians by the 
orders of J. n.p., [182*]. 8. (B 1494) 

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message and objections to the bill to modify the act 
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SCHEXCK, R. C. Speech on the bill to refund J. s tine. 

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election of J. n.t.p. 8". (B 1494) 

WALDO, S. Memoirs of J. Hartford, 1820. 8. 

WILSON, T. (In hii Biog. of Amer. heroes, v. 2. 1849.) 

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33d Cony. Zdaeat. Addresses on the presenta 
tion of the sword of J. to Congress. Wash., 
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Jackson, Andrew. Robert O Hura Burke and the 
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Jackson, Basil, ami Scott, C. R. Military life of 
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Catalogue of rocks, minerals, and ores collected, 1*47, 

48, geol. survey of the V. U. mineral land* in Michi 
gan. (In Smithsonian Inst. Report, 1S*>4.) 




Description of the tin veins of Jackson, N. H. Re 

marks on zinc, lead, and coppr ores of New linrnp- 
hirc. (//i ABSOC. of Anter. Geol. K ports, 1S3.) 

Essay on lend pipe-it as conduits for drinking water, 

contrasted with block tin pipes. New York, 1852. 8*. 

Final report on the geology and mineralogy of 

New Hampshire. Concord, 1844. 4. 

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mirage seen on Lake Superior. July. Aug. 1847. 
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Analysis of red marl of Springfield, Maes. An 
cient pot-holes In rocks. Artificial minerals from 
an iron furnace in Boston. Penn. Description and 
analysis of allanite from Franklin, X. J. Descrip 
tion of binmutliic tellurium, or tetradymite from toe 
gold mine of Whitehall. Manufacture of zinc and 
zinc white. (In v. 4. 1861.) 

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Inst. Instr. Lect., 1834.) 

Manual of etherization. Boston, 1861. 12. 

Report on the geological and agricultural survey 

of R. I., in 1839. Prov., 1840. 8. 

1st, 2d Report on the geology of Maine. Au- 

gusta, 1837-38. 2 v. 8 and Atlas accomp. 
1st rept. obi. 4. 

1st Report on the geology of New Hampshire. 

Concord, 1841. 8. 

1st Report on the geology of the public lands 

of Maine. Boston, 1837. 8. 

2d annual Report on the geology of the public 

lands of Maine and Mass. Augusta, 1838. 8. 

Same, without the Appendix. Boston, 1833. 8. 

Report on the gold placers, Georgia. See Blake, \V. P. 

Views and map illustrative of the scenery and 

geology of New Hampshire. Bust., 1845. 4. 

and Alger, F. Remarks on the mineralogy 

and geology of Nova Scotia, with a map and 
riews of scenery. Camb., 1832. 4. 
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DWINELLE, W. H. The casket and the ribbon; or, 

The honors of ether. Bait., 1840. 8*. (B 1566) 

OAT, M. Statement of the claims of J. to the discov 

ery of the Application of sulphuric ether. Boston, 
1847. 8*. (B 1566, 1736) 

JACKSON, J. B. 8. Review of M. Gay s Statement of 

J. s claims to the discovery of the inhalation of sul 
phuric ether*. Boston, 1847. 8". (B 1567) 
Kote. From Boston med. and surg. journ.. June 30. 

LORD, J. L., and II. C. Defence of J. s claims to the 

discovery of etherization. Boat., 1848. 8. (B 1556) 

- Memorial to the trustees of the Mass. Gen. Hospital 

in behalf of J. Boston, 1849. 8. (B 1556) 

STANLEY, E., and KVANS, A. Report to the Ho. of 

Reps, of the U. S., vindicating the rights of J. to 
the discovery of the anaesthetic effects of ether. 
[Wash.,] 1852. 8. (B 1566) 

Jackson, Edward. TRI E relation of the execution of J. 
London. 1684. f. (A 55) 

Jackson, Edward. WOBCRN, Mats. COUNCIL. Council of 
six churches, upon request of Rev. E. Jackson, pas 
tor of the First Church, n.t.p. 1746. 4*. (B 24) 

Jackson, Edwin W. Gymnastics for the fingers and 
wrist. Loudon,"lS65. 16. 

Jackson, Elizabeth. The honourable and pious confession 
of a true penitent exemplified in the case of E. J. 
New Haven, ISOfl. 8. (B 469, 1393) 

SAu. (In. Nine disc, on baptism. 1806. B 225. C 187) 
Jackson, Francis. History of the early settlement 

of Newton, 1639-1800. Boston, 1854. 12. 

PARKER. T. J. Brown s expedition reviewed In a let 

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Jackson, Francis James. COI.F..MA.N. W. Appeal to tho 
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to the rejection of the Brit, minister. New York, 
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DANA. S. W. Speech, on a resolution cone. F. J. 

Wash., 1810. 8. (B 437) 

HANSON, A. C. Reflections upon the correspondence 

between Smith and J. Ball., 1810. S. (B437, 1490) 

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NEW crisis; by an old Whig; fjcsp. the dismission 

ofJ.]. N. Y..lSlrt. S. (B437) 

Qt lNCY. J. Speech on tho resolutions approving the 

conduct of the executive in refusing to receive any 
further communication from J. Bull., 1810. 8*. 

RF..VAKKN on the documents accompanying the late 

message of Pres. Madison, n.p., 8. (B 437) 

VACGIIAN, B. Ten hints to wise men; cone, the dis 

pute in the dismission of Jackson, n.t.p. [1810.] S. 

Jackson, Hall. Observations and remarks on the putrid 

malignant sore throat. Portsmouth, 17S6. 8*. (B665) 
Jackson, Henry, of Saratmuh. Inaugural dhs. on the < iti- 

cacy of certain external applications. (In Caldwell, 

C. Med. theses, v. 2. 1S06.) 
Jackson, Henry. Account of churches in Rhode 

Island. Prov., 1854. 8. 
Jackson, Henry. Precautions against cholera. (In Nat. 

Assoc. Prom. Soc. Sci. Trans., 1S65.) 
Jackson, J. R. Lebengechichte des Gen. Harrison; aus 

dem Englishen. Phila,. 1840. 8. (B 1457) 
Jackson, James, Jfaj. GUI., Got. of Ga., d. 1S06. CHARI,- 

TOJI.T.U. P. Life of Gen. J.Jackson. Augusta, 

1809. 8*. (B 434) 

SKETCH.] (In Longacre, J. B., and Herring, J. 

Nat. portr. gal., v. 3. 1836.) 

Jackson, James, ex dtm. A. Houseman et al. to. Sebring, 
J. L., in error. [CASE.] Albany, 1819. 8. (B 340) 

ex dem. B.Livingston et al. r-. A. Delancy and A. 
Russell in error. CASE on the part of the plaintiffs 

and defendants. Albany. 1815. 8*. (B340) 

ex dtm. B. Livingston et al. r. J. Robins in error. 

CASE on the part of the plaintiffs. Goshen, 1819. 8". 

Jackson, James, Jr., b. 1810, A. 1834. Cases of 
cholera, 1832. Boston, 1832. 8. 

JACKSON, J. Memoirs of J., with letters and 

medical cases. Boston, 1835. 8. 
Jackson, James, J/.D., b. 1777, rf. 1867. Another let 
ter to a young physician. Boston, 1861. 8. 
(Mass. Ikied. Soc. Lib. pract. med., v. 24.) 

Address, funeral of J. Gorhum, Mar. 31. Boston, 

1829. 8". (B 1216) 

Other copies. (B 1662, 1780) 

Discourse on fever, June. Boston, 1818. 8. (B 816) 

Eulogy on J. Warren. Boston, 1815. 8. 

Same. (In Mass. Med. Soc. Med. com., v. 3. 1822.) 

Another copy. (B 1227) 

Letters to a young physician. Bost., 1855. 16. 

Memoir on the last sickness of Washitit^on and Its 

treatment. (Aj,p. to Everett, E. Lifu of Wash- 
ington. 1*00.) 

Memoirs of J. Jackson, Jr., with extracts from 

his letters. Boston, 1836. 16. 

Observations on influenza, 1807. (In Mass. Med. Soc. 

Med. com., v. 2. 1813.) Dissertation on fever. (In 
v. 3.) On a variety of paruria retention!*. (In v. 
5.) Cnses of typhoid fever at the Mass. Gen. Hos 
pital, 1821-35. (In v. 7. 1843.) 

Remarks on the Brunonian system. Boston, 

1809. 8. 

Anothtr copy. (B 436) 

Syllabus of the lectures delivered in Harvard Univer 

sity. Boston. 1S16. 8". (C 269) 

and others. Report on spotted fever. (In Moss. Med. 

Soc. Med. com., v. 2. 1813.) 

OBITUARY. (In Mass. Med, Soc. Med. com., v. 11, 

no. 2. 1863.) 

Jackson, James Grey. Account of the empire of 
Morocco and the district of Suse ; add., 
account of Timbuctoo. London, 1809. 4. 

Same. [With omissions.] Phila., 1810. 12. 

Account of Timbuctoo and Housa by El Ha<, e 

Abd Sal am Shabeeny ; add., Travels through 
West and South Barbary and across the 
mountains of Atlas. London, 1820. 8. 
Jackson, John, b. 1686, d. 1763. Chronological 
antiquities. London, 1752. 3 v. 4. 

Collection of queries, wherein objections against 

Dr. Clarke s Scripture doctrine of the Trin 
ity are ansM-ered. London, 1716. S". 

The grounds of civil and ecclesi.nst. government eon- 

eidi r d ; added, Defeneu of tin- liii-hup of iiungur. 
2d ed. London. 17H. S. (B 1021 

Plea for reason. London, 17:1". b". (C71) 




Remarks on Middlcton s Enquiry into miracu 

lous powers . London, 1749. 8. 

Remark* on [Tindal s] Christianity as old as the crea 

tion , with regard to fi-elc-ti.ntical antiquity. Cam 
bridge. 1733. 8*. (B 116) 

ANSWER to his Letter to deists . (In Supernatural* 


Jackson, John, d. 1807. Commerce of the Mediter 
ranean. New York, 1806. 12. 

Jackson, John, d. 1S31. CUNNINGHAM, A. (In kU Lire* 
of Brit, painter*, etc., v. 6. 1*33; v. of Fam. lib.; 
aii l in Harper s turn. lib., v. 67.) 

Jackson. John, d. betie. 1S39 and ISiil. Treatise on wood 
engraving; with illustrations by J. Jackson. 1861. 
See Chatto, W. A. 

Jackson, John Barnard Swett. Catalogue of the 
anatomical museum of the Boston Soc. for 
Med. Improvement. Boston, 1847. 8. 

Harvard University ; descriptive catalogue of 

the Warren Anatomical Museum. Boston, 
1870. 8. 

Introd. lecture at the MOM. Med. Col., Nov. 1. Boston, 

1848. 8*. (B 1556) 

Morbid anatomy. (In Haas. Med. Soc. Med. com.. 

v. 8. 18*4.) 

Review of Dr. Gay * statement of C T. Jackson s 

claims to the discovery of tho Inhalation of ether. 
Boston, 1847. 8. (B 1567) 

Jackson. John Starkic. Character and doctrines of Socrates. 
(In Oxford priie essays, v. 5. 1836.) 

Jackson, Jonathan. Thoughts on the political 
situation of the U. S., Mass, more particu 
larly considered ; with obs. on the constitution 
fora Federal government. Worcester, 1788. 8. 

Other copiet. (B 632, 1117) 

Jackson, Joseph. The reign of liberty; a poetical sketch. 

London. 1797. 4. (A 32) 
Jackson, Joseph. COOPER, 8. Sermon, Apr. 0, ordln. of 

J. Boston, 1760. 8*. (B 55, 66, 1312) 

GUSHING, J- Discourse, death of J., July 22, 1796. 

Boston. 1797. 8*. (B 87) 

Jackson, Julian R. Chartography. (In Manual of geog. 
ad., v. 1. 1852.) 

General index. 8* Royal Geog. Soc. 

Jackson, Lawrence. Letter on the principles and 
conduct of the Christian life. 2d ed. Lon 
don, 1758. 12. 

Jackson, Miles. Sermons. 2d ed., with add. Lon 
don, 1825. 2 v. 12. 

Jackson, Nathan. funeral germon on. 1863. See Hopkins, 
M. (B1MO) 

Jackson, Patrick Tracy. Report on the production 
and manufacture of cotton,. Sff Friends of Do 
mestic Industry. (B 1056, 1512, 1805) 

LOWELL, J. A. Memoir of J. From the Mer 

chants magazine. New York, 1848. 8. 
Another copy. (B 1457) 

HCWT, F. Life of J. (In Kit Lives of Amer. mer 

chants, v. 1. 1S56.) 

Jackson, R. E. Scoresby. Life of Wm. Scoresby. 
London, 1861. 8. 

Jackson, Randlc. Considerations on the increase of crime, 
and the degree of its extent. (In Pamphleteer, 
1828; v. 29 of B 838) 

Jackson, Robert. Affusing cold water on the sur 
face of the body as a remedy in fever. Edin., 
1808. 8". 

Fevers of Jamaica. Phila., 1795. 12. 

History and cure of contagious fever. London, 

1819. 8. 

History of the cure of epidemic and contagious 

fever. Edin., 1798. 8. 

The medical department of the British army; 

on hospital management. London, 1803. 8. 

Remarks on the yellow fever on the south coast 

of Spain. London, 1821. 8. 

System for the arrangement of the medical 

department of armies. London, 1805. 8. 
Jackson. Kowlnnd. Physical dissertation on drowning. 
London. 1747. 8*. (B 836) 

Jackson, Samuel, 3/.D. Account of the yellow 
fever in Phllo., ISA). Phlla., 1321. 8*. (B S3 2r 

Address to medical graduates of tho L ulv. of Pa., 

Apr. 3. Phlla.. ISM). 8*. (B 1556) 

Annual disc, before the Phil. Co. Med. Soc., Feb. 10. 

Phlla., 1S52. 8*. (B 1556) 

Kssay on suspended animation. Phlla., 1803. 8*. (B 


Inaug. dlss. for the degree of M. D., submitted to the 

examination of the medical professors of the Univ. 
of Penn. Phlla.. 180S. 8*. (B 823) 

Introd. lecture to a course on the institutes of medicine, 

Univ. of Pa., Nov. ft. Phila., 1S44. 8*. (B 1195) 

Introd. led to the course of the Institutes of medicine, 

Nov. 6. Phila., 1837. 8T (B 1556) 

Introd. lecture to the Institutes of medicine. Phila., 

1827. 8*. (B 1556) 

Lecture Introd. to a course on the institutes of medi 

cine, Univ. of Pa., Nov. 11. Phlla., 1845. 8*. (B1556) 

Medical education ; annual discourse before the Phil. 

Co. Med. Soc.. Dec. 29. Phlla., 1853. 8*. (B 1556) 

Organizing the Amer. Med. Assoc., read before the 

Phil. Co. Med. Soc.. Feb. Phils., 1852. 8*. (B 1556) 

Principles of medicine. Phila., 1832. 8. 
Jackson, Samuel. TRIAL. See Walker, T. (B 772) 
Jackson, Samuel C. Religious principle a source of public 

prosperity; sermon, annual election. Boston, 1843. 
. (B life, 1778) 

Jackson, Scguin Henry. Dermato-pathologia ; dis 
eases of the skin. London, 1792. 8. 

Epidemic disease which lately prevailed at Gib 

raltar. London, 1806. 8. 

Jackson, Stonewall. Sf Jackson, Thomas Jonathan. 
Jackson, Tatlow. Authorities cited antagonistic to II. Bln- 

ncy s conclusions on tho writ of habeas corpus. 

Phila., 1862. 8*. (B 1724) 

Martial law; what is it? and who can declare it? 

Phlla., 186.!. 8". (B 1724) 
Jackson, Thomas, D.D. Works. London, 1673. 

3 v. f. 

Content*. Vol. 1. The eternal truth of Scripture and 
Christian belief. How far tho ministry of men is nec 
essary for planting true Christian faith, and retaining 
the unity of it planted. The blasphemous positions of 
Jesuites and other later Romanists cone, the authority 
of their Church. Of justifying faith, or faith by which 
the junt do live. Of the original of unbelief and mis 
belief, or mis-perswasion cone, tho verity, unity, and at 
tributes of the Deity. 2. Treatise of the divine essence 
and attributes ; added, A treatise with several sermons 
cone, the signs of the times. Christ s answer to 8t. 
John s questions ; an Introd. to a following treatise of 
the knowledge of Christ and Illm crucified. The hu 
miliation of the Son of God, etc. Consecration of the 
Son of God in His everlasting priesthood. 3. Treatise 
of Christ s exercising His everlasting priesthood. Of 
Christ s session at the right hand of God. The holy 
catholick faith and church; adj., A treatise of Christian 
obedience, being part of his twelfth book, which makes 
his commentary on the creed compleat. 
Jackson, Thomas, funeral sermon on. 1775. See Middle- 
ton, E. (B 1883) 
Jackson, Thomas, />. D. Sermon, Mar. 2S. for the benefit 

of the Humane Soc. London, 1784. 8". (B 962) 
Jackson, Thomas. Life of Rev. C. Wesley, comp. 
a review of his poetry ; sketches of Method 
ism, with notices of contemporary events 
and characters. London, 1841. 2 v. 8. 

Memoirs of R. Watson. New York, 1836. 8. 
Jackson, Thomas Jonathan. COOKE, J. E. Stone 
wall Jackson, a military biography. New 
York, 1866. 8. 

DABNEY, R. L. Life of J. London, 1866. 

2 v. (v. 1 w.). 8. 

DANIELS, J. M. Life of J. ; by a Virginian. 

New York, 1863. 12. 

LIFE and military career of J. Lond., [1863]. 8". 

LIFE of J. ; by an ex-cadet. 2d ed. eal. Rich 

mond, 1864. 18. 

Ssow, W. P. (In kin Southern generals. 1S66.) 

STONEWALL Jackson s death ; [cutting from the 

Charleston Courier]. 1865. 

Jackson. Wm. Bormon, Lonfbcth-Chapcl. consoc. of K. 
[Sniallwell], Up. of St. Davids. Oxford. 1703. 4 . 
(A 60) 




Jackson, Rev. \V m. Constitutions of the several 

states of America ; articles of confederation, 

etc. London, 1783. 8. 
Jackson, Win., /?./>. Sermon. Lincoln * Inn, Nov. 29. 

Oxford, 1798. 4*. (B 1252) 
Jackson, Major Win. KiiU kfiuni on WHchington. Feb. 22. 

Phlla., 1SOO. 8. (B 2510. E 61) 

Satnt. (In Washington. O. MoNtMF.ST*of patriot- 

i*ro. 18UO. W 11, 45,52; and KILOCIKS. 1800.) 
Jackson, Wm., b. 1783, </. 1856. Lecture on rullrouda. 2d 
ed. Boston, 1829. 12". (D 22) 

funeral trrmon on. 1855. Set Bushnell, W. (B1219) 
Jackson, Col. Wm. Ayrault. MKMOIR of J. Albany, 1862. 

8. (B1457) 

Jackson, Wm. C. M misters serve their people In preaching 
Christ; ermon. Apr. 30. Boston, 1848. 8". (B1295) 

Jackson, Win. F. Medical expedient*. Address as Pres 
ident, 1X66. (In Mass. Homceop. Med. Soc. Pub., 
V. 2. 1867.) 

Jackson, Zacharias. Shakespeare s genius justified 
by restorations and illustr. Lond., 1819. 8. 

Jacob, l.e bibliophile, p*evd. See Lacroix, P. 

Jacob of i\lfmi. SCIIKOETER, 11. Krster Brief Jakob s 
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Bchrift d.D. Ges., v. 24. 1870.) 

Jacob of Siirug. ZINVF.KLE, P. Proben syri*cber Poesic 
aus Jakob von Sarug. {In Zeitschr. d. D. morg. 
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J&cab,thtj,(itri<in-fi. llHLOTll KOHLS. Thoughts upon sev 
eral passages of scripture- relative to Jacob and 
Esau. Worcester. 1791. 8*. (B 158) 

Jacob, George Andrew. I>.f>. Middle class examinations 
and university degrees for women, (In Nat. Assoc. 
Prom. Soc. ScL Trans . 1862.) 

Jacob, Giles. Poetical register ; or, laves of Eng. 
poets, with an account of their works. Lon 
don, 1723. 2 v. 8. 

Content*. Vol. 1. English dramallck poets. 2. 

Appendix to the modern justice: cont. the particular 

business of the quarter sessions. In the Savoy 
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Jacob, TTIIdebrand. Redlam ; a poem. Lond., 1723. 4*. (A 46) 

Jacob, J. P. Le cicerone de Versailles. Versailles, 
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Jacob, John J. Biog. sketch of Capt. M. Cresap. 
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Jacob, Wm. Historical inquiry into the production 
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London, 1831. 2 v. 8. 

Inquiry Into the causes of agricultural distress. (In 

Pamphleteer. 1S17 ; v. 10 of B 838) Report resp. 
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states of Northern Europe. (In v. 29 of B 838) 

2d report on the agriculture and corn of the 

continental states of Europe. n.p. t 1828. f". 

Tracts rel. to the corn trade and corn luws. 

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Jacob and his twelve sonnes. (In Collier, J. P. Illu^t. of 
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Jacob BendLxen the Jew, by M. A. Goldschmidt ; tr. 

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Jacoba en Ucrtha. Set Lennep, J. van. 
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Jacobi, Friedrich Hcinrich. Werke. Lpz., 1812- 
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eines einsamen Denkcrs. Anekdote. Swifts Be- 
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liche philosophischeSHiriflen. David Humeiila-r den 
Glauben, oiler Idealii-mus und Healismus; ein Ges- 
prach. Ueber den transscendentnlcn Idealismtis. 
Ueber die Unzertrennlic-hkeit des Bcgriffes der Frey- 
heit und Vorschung vom dem BegrifTe der Vcrnunft. 
Etwns, das Li-sslrtg gosngt hat; ein Commontnr zu den 
Keisen der I iibnte. Ueber das Buch : Des lettres de 
cachet , und einc Beurthellung desselhcn. Einlge 
Bctracbtungen Uber den frommen Betrug und Ubereinc 
Vcrnunft welchenicht die Vcrnunft ist, an J. G. Selilos- 
*er. Briefe. 3. Briefe an Fidite. Uchcr das Un- 
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an Ilerrn Moses Mendelssohn. Lettre il Mr. Ilemster- 
huis Fen fr. et en allemnndel. An Mendelssohn Uber 
de*clben mir rugeschikte Krinnerungen. 4. 2. Boy- 
lagen zu den Briefcn Ober die Lehrc des Spinoza. 
Wider Mendelssohns lioschuldigungeti in desju-n Sclirio- 
ben an die Freundc LcsKlngs. 4. 3. Briefwechsel init 
J. G. Hamaiin, hrsg. von. F. Roth. 5. Woldemnr. 
6. Uebcr gelehrtc Gesellochaften, Ihren Geist und 
Zweck. An Schlosser flbcr desscn Fortsetr.nnic tle 
plntonischen Gastmales. Vorrode zu cini-m tlbcrflii*- 
sigen Taachcnbuche fUr das Jahr 1800. Fllegendc 
ISIUtter. Betrachtung Qber die von Ilerrn Herder 
In seiner Abhandlung vom Ursprung der Spracho. 
vorgelegte gcnetische Erkliirung der thit;riechen Kunst- 
fertigkeltcn und Kunsttriebe. Briefe Uber die R- 
cherches philoit. sur Ics Egyptiens et les Chinois par M. 
de PHUW . Einc politische lihapsodie. Noc-h eir.e 
politic-lie Rhapsodic, worin sich verxchiedene l lairi:i 
beflnden. betitelt K Ist nlcht recht und es Ist nielit 
klug. Ueber Rccht und Gewalt, odcr phlloaophisclu! 
Erwiigung elnes Aufsatzes von dem Herrn llofrath 
Wleland, Qber das gotlliche Recht der Obrigkeit. 
Alexis, o<ler von dem goldcnen Weltnlter. 

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SCIIKM.IM:, F. W. J. von. Denkmal der Scbrift von 

den gottliohen Dingen, /.*.w., des Herrn. F. H. Jac- 

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Jacobi, H. dc. Galvanoplnstle. (In France. Com. Imp. 

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Jacobi, Tleinrich. ( < r clictiorii* index. (In Meineke, 

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Jacobi, Maximilian. Hospitals for the insane ; tr. 

by J. Kitching. London, 1841. 8. 

Irrcnanstalten. (7/i Bosch, D. W. II. Enryl. Wiir- 

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Jacobin looking-plass ; by a friend to rational liberty. 
Worcester. 1795. 12". (B 667) 

Jacobiniad, Remarks on the: [by .1. 8. J. Gardiner]. Bos 
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Jacobinism. BAKRVEL, A. de. Memoirs illustrat 
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Jacobinism; a poem; [by J. C. Ilubbardl. London, 1S01. 
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Jacobite, The. Set Planch6, ,T. R. 

Jacobite memoirs of the rebellion of 174.i. Sfe Forbes, R. 

Jacobites. BEAVMONT, W. Jacobite trials at Man 
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ANATOMY of a Jacobite-Tory; a dialogue between a 

Whig and a Tory [on] the act for recognizing Wil 
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MACKAY, C. Jacobite songs and ballads of 

Scotland, 1688-1746. London, 1861. 12". 

REFLECTIONS upon a form of prayer act forth for the 

Jacobites of the Church of England. London, 16 JO. 
4". (B4) 

Set alto Boyd, W., Earl of JCilmartiock; 
Preston, Battle of. 

Jacobites hopes reviv d 1 y our late tumnlts; or. Some re 
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Jacobs, AlOvd. Various articles.] (// Revne d. D. M., 
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Jacobs, Christian Friedrich Wilhelm. Greek reader. 
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Same. From 12th German ed. Bost., 1841. 12*. 

Hellas; liber Hcimath, Geschichte, Literatur, 

und Kunst der Hellenen ; hrsg. von E. F. 
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Eny. Hellas ; or, The home, history, literature, 

and art of the Greeks; J. Oxenford. 
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Lntin reader; ed. by G.Bancroft. From the 

6th German ed. Northampton, 1825. 12. 

Same. Stereotype ed. Boston, 1833. 12. 

CATALOOUS mss. bibliothecsc F. Jacobsii. Ber- 

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Jacobs, Michael. Notes of the rebel invasion of 
Maryland, and Penn., and the battle of Gettys 
burg. Phila., 1864. 12. 

Jacobs, \V. S. The student s chemical pocket com 
panion. Phila M 1807. 12. 

Jacobs. Sre aim Jacob. 

JaeobaeD, Theodore. Elevation for tbe Bank of England. 
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Elevation of a triangular house. [Engraving.] (E55) 
Jacobson, Israel. Discount prononc6 dnns la synagogue de 

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Jacobna tliaconu*, St. La vie dc 8te. Pelngie. (In Ar- 
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Jacobus Magnus, See Magnus, J. 

Jacoby, I). Chodowiecki s Werke; Verzeichniss. 
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Jacoby, MOKOO. Lecture on the treatment and preservation 
Of the hair, Feb. 23. Boston, 1849. 8*. (B 1556) 

Jacomb, Frederick W. Col du Sonadon. Col de la Val- 
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Jacomb, George. Account of the proceeding* of the As 
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Jacomb, Thomas. Sermon, Aug. 17, 1662. (fn Farewell 
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Jacombe, \V. Letter to Dr. Bins, [on] his Beauty of holi 
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2d letter to Dr. Bias, ocean, by Alterations made In his 

3d ed. of his -Beauty of holiness . London, 1717. 8*. 

Jacometto. See Barbarj, J. de. 

Jacomixio, Fra. of Verona. De Jerusalem easiest! et de 
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Jacopo ila Leontt. Sonetti. (In Traccbi, F. Poeaie ital., 
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Arrah Neil ; or, Timed of old. Lpz., Tauchnit;, 

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Beaucharap ; or, The error. Lpz., Tauchnitz, 

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Castle of Ehrenstem. Lpz., Tauchnitz, 1847. 


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Sir Theodore Brou^hton ; or. Laurel water. 

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Petitot. Cot. de* mem., ser. 1, v. 13. 1820; and 

in Michaud. Col. de* mem., v. 4. 1S54.) 
Tean-Bnrt; melo-dranne. See Dupetit-M6r6, F. 
Jean Belin. Stf Brehat, A. O. The French Robinson 

Cruoe. [1870.1 
Jean Bans-pour, due de Bourgogne, melo-drome. See Bol- 

rie, K. C. de. 
Jean Sans.terre, ou, La mort d Arthur, tragedie. (/n 

Dads, J. F. CEuvres. v. 3. 1818.) 
Jean Valjean. See Hugo, V. 
Jean Alphonse, de Saintonge. Routler, 1542. (In Lit. and 

Hist. Soc. of Quebec. Voy .. T. 3. 1843.) 
Jean Jacques. See Rousseau, Jean Jacques. 
Jean Paul. See Richter, J. P. F. 
Jeanea, Henry. Second part of scholasticall di-. 

rinity ; with letters, and reply to Hammond s 

Vindication of uniformity . Oxf., 1660. 4. 

Correspondence. (In Taylor, J. Works, T. T. 1850.) 
Jeanne d Arc. See Dare, J. 

Jeanne; par O. Sand [Mme. Dudevant]. Paris, 

1858. 16. 
Jeannin, Pierre. Negociations diplomatiques et 

politiques. Nouv. ed. Paris, 1819. 3 v. 8. 
Nott. Vol. 1 contains AbregS de la vie de J. 

Same. (In Mlchand and Poujoulat. Col. des mem., 

v. 18. 1854; and in Petitot. Col. des mem., 2e 
ser., v. 11-16. 1820.) 

Jeannot et Colin. See Voltaire, F. M. A. de. 
Jeannot et Colin ; eomedie. See Florian, J. P. C. de. 
Jeans, H. W. Navigation and nautical astronomy. 

London, Weak, 1853. 16. 

Jebb, George James. Common school songster ; 
with elementary exercises on the Pestaloz- 
zian system. Boston, 1842. 16. 
Jebb, John, M.D-, b. 1736, d. 1786. Works. Lon 
don. 1787. 3 v. 8. 

Content*. Vol. 1. Memoirs, by J. Disney. Short 
account of theological lectures at Camb., etc. ^Letters 
on si 

2. = 

habita" in~scbola theol. Cantab? Short state of the 
reasons for a late resignation. Answer to the author of 
A letter to J. Jebb with rel. to his sentimenU about 
the unlawfulness of all religious addresses to Christ 
Jesus . Sketch of the plan of the Society for Pro 
moting the Knowledge of the Scriptures. Remarks 
upon the present mode of education In Camb. Propo 
sal for the establishment of public examinations in 
Camb. Address to the members of the senate of 
Camb. Select cases of the paralysis of the lower 
extremities. Address to the freeholders of Middle 
sex Dec. 20, 1779. Letter to Sir R. Bernard. Let 
ters to the- volunteers of Ireland. Thoughts on the 
construction and polity of prisons. 3. Miscellaneous 
papers. Every man his own priest. Academical 
papers. Political papers. 

197. (1. 9- 76.) 

ount of theological lectures at Camb., etc. Letters 
subscription to the liturgy and thirty-nine articles of 

Church of England. Letter to Sir W. Meredith. 

Sermons. Theological propositions. Thesis 

Account of theological lectures now reading ; 

added, New harmony of the Gospels. Cumb., 
1770. 4. 

Same. 2d ed. Camb., 1772. 4. (B 1399) 

Address to the freeholders of Middlesex. 4th ed. cor. 

London, 1782. 8*. (B 750) 

Excellency of the uplrlt of benevolence; sermon before 

the Univ. of Camb., Due. 28, 1772. London, re 
printed. 1782. 12*. (W 44) 

Letter to R. Bernard. 2d ed. London, 1782. 8*. (B 

760, 762, W 35) 

Letter to the volunteers of Ireland on a Parliamentary 

reform. London, 1784. 8. (B 751. W 29) 

Proposal for the establishment of public examinations 

In the Univ. of Camb. London. 1774. 8*. (B 739) 

Remarks upon the present mode of education in the 

Univ. of Cambridge. Camb., 1774. 8*. (B 739) 

Resignation no proof; letter to Mr. Jebb, with remarks 

on his spirit of Protestantism. London, 1776. 8*. 
(B 1379) 

Jebb, John, Bishop of Limerick, b. 1775, d. 1833. 
Sermon : the Influence of Christ s resurrection. (In 
Suddards, W. Brit, pulpit, v. 2. 1770.) 

and Knox, A. Thirty years correspondence ; 

ed. by C. Forster. 2d ed. London, 1836. 
2 T. 8". 

FORSTER.C. Life of J. 3ded. Lond., 1851. 12. 
Jebb, .Si> Joshua. Report on the discipline and 

management of convict prisons. London, 
1851. 8. 

Assistance to discharged prisoners. Convict system 

of England. Objections to Irish convict system as 

reposed for England. Prison discipline. 
tatement of appropriation of the Nightingale fund. 
Warming and ventilation of prisons, etc. (In 
Nat. Assoc. Prom. Soc. Sci. Trans., 1862.) 

The drawbridge on the London and Birmingham R.R. 

at Weedon. (In Or. Brit. Gorp of Roy. Engin. 

Papers, v. 3. 1830.) Theory ana practice of sinking 

artesian wells. (In v. 6. 1842.) Construction of 

prisons. (In v. 7. 1845.) 
Jebb, Richard. General principles of law. (In Encycl. 

metrop., v. 2. 1845.) 
Jebb, Samuel. De vita et rebus gestis Mariae Scot. 

Reg. autores sedecim rec. a S. Jebb. Lon- 

dini, 1725. 2 v. f. 

Content*. Vol. 1. Chambers, D. Tralt6 de la sac. 
cession des femmes aux gouvernemens. Lesley, 
J. De Utulo et jure Princlpls Maria; De rebus 
gestis Scotorura. Buchanan, O. Detectlo Marin. 
Histoire tragiqne de Marie royne d Ecossc. 
Barnestaple, O. Maria Stuarta innocens. Inno 
cence de Marie royne d Ecosse. 2. Cone, G. Vita. 
Causin, N. L hist. de Marie Stuart. Strada, F. De 
Mariae vita et morte. Scott, R. Summarium de morte 
Maria Stuartw. Blackwood, A. Martyre de la royne 
d Ecosse. Herrera, A. de. Historia. Castlenau, M. 
Extrait de [ses] memolres. Laboorenr and Brantome. 
Additions. Mort, la royne d Ecosse. Beaune, 
R. de, Abp. Oraison funebre de la royne d Ecosse. 

De vita et scriptis Ipsius H. llodil. (In Hody, H. 

De Greeds illustrlbus, etc. 1742.) 
Jedburgh Abbey. LIZARS, W. II. (In his Abbeys of 

Tevlotdale. 1832.) 
Jedbnrgh Presbytery. Instructions and warning against 

perjury. Kelso, 1782. 8. (B 256) 
Jeddo. FORTUNE, R. Journey to the capitals of 

Japan and China. London, 1863. 8. 

Map. MAP of Jeddo, by native artists. Printed 

for H. Wood. 1 sheet. 

Je, Rev. Thomas. Practical obs. on the management of 
the poor, and the laws rel. to them. (In Pamphle 
teer, 1817 ; v. 9 of B 838) 

Jeffcock, John Thomas. P. Jeffcock, civil and min 
ing engineer; memoir. London, 1867. 16. 

Jeffcock, Parkin. JEFFCOCK, J. T. Memoir. Lon 
don, 1867. 16. 

Jefferies, . Five several schemes of Christian religion. 
London, 1738. 8 . (B 22) 

Jefferies, Da. Plain narrative of a journey from 
London to Rome. Liverpool, [174-]. 12. 

Jefferies, George, Lord. Roscor., II. Life of G. .Teflerles. 
(In M Lives of British lawyers, T. 1. 1841.) 

Jeffera, Win., c. Tyson, J. Action for crlra. con. New 
York. 1808. 8*. (B 408) 

Jefferson, peud. See Carey, M. 




Jefferson, pteud. To the people. 1830. Sft Richardson, 

J. a. 
Jefferson, Francis, psmd. Brother Jonathan, (fn Imita- 

tiona of eel. authors. 1*44.) 
Jefferson, AVr. John. Funeral oration [on] J. Bennett. (In 

Memorials of J. Bennett. IM;:;.) 
Jefferson, Peter. Map of Virginia and Maryland. 1794. 

tie* Fry. J., anil Jefferson, P. (E 68) 
Jefferson, Thomas. Complete works; ed. by H. 

A. Washington. Wash., 1853-54. 9 v. 8. 
Contfnti. Vol. 1. Autobiog.. with app. Letters 
before his miniion to Europe, 1773-83, while in Europe, 
1784-90. 2. 1784-90. 3. 1784-90. Letters after his 
return to the U. 8. to his death. ITW-isi ij. 4-7. 179O- 
1826. 7. Reports and opinions while Secretary of State. 
8. Inaug. addresses and messages. Replies to public 
addresses. Indian addresses. Miscellaneous. 
Biographical sketches of dictingulshed men. 9. Par 
liamentary manual. The anas. Mi-eel, papers. 

Address to the people with [his] public life. 2d cd. 

Worcester, 1802. 8. (B622) 

Appendix to the Notes on Virginia rel. to the murder 

of Logan s family. Phlla., 1800. 8 . (3 529) 

Correspondence between J. and A. Bishop. (In New 

Haven Col. Hist. Soc. Paper*, v. 1. IS65.) 

Correspondence between J. and J. Monroe. Boston, 

1808. 8*. (B 406) 

Inaugural speeches and messages, with the inaugural 

of J. Madison, 1801. Boston, 1809. 12. (C 103) 

Letters to B. Austin, (/n List, F. Outlines. 1827. 


Manual of parliamentary practice. Concord, 

1823. 16. 

Memoir, correspondence, and miscellanies ; ed. 

by T. J. Randolph. 2d ed. Boston and New 
York, 1830. 4 v. 8. 

Content*. Vol. 1. Memoirs. Correspondence, 1775- 
M. 2. 1786-89. 3. 1789-1803. 4. ltsOO-26. Ana. 

Notes on the state of Virginia. Lend., 1787. 8. 

Same. Boston, 1829. 12. 

Proceedings of the government, in maintaining the 

public right to the beach of the Mi.-., against the 
Intrusion of E. Livingston. N. Y.. 1312. 8". (B442) 

Report of the Secretary on weights, measures, and 

coins. Sre United States, Department of State. 

Report to Congress on the nature of the privileges of 

the commercial intercourse of the U. 8. with foreign 
nations. London, 1794. 8". (B 686) 

Summary view of the rights of British America. Wil- 

liameburg, 1774. 8*. (B 515, 629) 

and Cabell, J. C. Early hist, of the Univ. of 

Virginia. Richmond, 1856. 8. 

BKOUGHAM. n., Ld. (In hit Statesmen of times of 

George in., ser. 3. 1843.) 

CATALOtifE of [his] library to be sold at auction. 

Wash., 1829. 8". (B 1071) 

CATALOGUE of [his] oil paintings. Boston, 

[1833]. 8. 

COLUMBIA, O. Proceedings of U. 8. court, etc.. In tes 

timony of respect for Jefferson nnd Adams; aUo 
disc, by J. Hoge. Columbus, 1826. 12. (C 173) 

CHANCII, W. Examination of the President s reply to 

the New- Haven remonstrance. New York, ISol. 8*. 
(B 535, 620, 934) 

DAN VKKS, J. T. Picture of a republican magis 

trate of the new school ; being a likeness of 
J. New York, 1808. 8. 

- Another copy. (B 406) 

DAVEISS, J.H. View of the President s conduct, cone. 

the conspiracy of 1806. Frankfort, 1807. 8. (B433) 

DOCUMENTS rel. to the presidential election, 1S01; 

cont. a refutation of two passages in the writings of 
T. Jefferson, aspersing the character of J. A. Bay 
ard. Phila., 1831. 8. (B 1717) 

DWIGHT, T. Character of J. Bost., 1839. 12. 

EVANS, T. Series of letters to J. cone, his official 

conduct and principles. Phila., 1802. 8. (B 622, 
2514, W 2) 

EVF.KKTT, A. U. Defence of J. ; address. Weymoutb, 

July 4. Boston, 1836. 8". (B 1114. 1204) 

FEDERALIST. The; cont. strictures upon The preten 

sions of Jefferson examined , by i hocioo. Phila., 
1796. 8". (B 628, 1701) 

Same. Pt. 2. Phila., 1796. 8 s . (B 420) 

G.. II. I), (fn Lougacre, J. B., and Herring, J. Nat. 

portr. gal., v. 2. 1835.) 

JEITKKSON against Madison s war. n.p., [1812]. 8*. 


JONKS. O. A refutation of the charges made by Vert- 

tun against the character of Joues. Winchester, 
[47-]. 8 . (A 27) 

LKE, H.. Observations on the writings of J. 

New York, 1832. 8. 

LEONID AS, ptend. Reply to Brutun s Examination of 

the Preident s annwer to the New Haven remon 
strance. N. Y.,1801. 8* (B620) 

LIVINGSTON. E. Answer to J. s justification of his 

conduct in the case of the New Orleans batture. 
Phila., 1813. 8 . (B 452) 

LYNN. P. Serious considerations on the election of a 

president. N. Y., 1800. 8. (B 401) 

MKMOIRS of J. [New York,] 1809. 2 v. 8. 

NATIONAL utility. In opposition to pollt. controversy ; 

letter from B. Austin to J., Dec. 9, 1815. and J. s 
answer, Jan. 9, 1816. [Boston, 181-.] Broadside. 
(B 1511) 

NEW ENGLAND patriot. The: candid comparison of the 

principles ana conduct of the Washington and Jef 
ferson administrations, etc. Boston, 1810. 8". (B142) 

SANDERSON, J. (In hit Biography of the signers, v. 7. 


PARKER, T. (In hit Hist. Amer. 1870.) 

PIERSON, H. W. Private life of J. N. York, 

1862. 8. 

RANDALL, H. S. Life of J. New York, 1858. 

3 T. 8. 

RANDOLPH, S. N. Domestic life of J. New 

York, 1871. 8. 

RATNER, B. L. Life of Jefferson. Boston, 

1834. 12. 

SMITH, 8. H. Memoir of Jefferson. Wash., 1827. 8". 


SMITH, W. L. Pretensions of J. to the presidency 

examined; and the charges against J. Aduins re 
futed, n.p.. 17. 8*. (B 596) 

TAINE, H. (In hi Nouveaux esoals. 1865.) 

TUCKER, G. Life of Jefferson. Phila., 1837. 

2 v. 8. 

WILSON. J. The He direct ! a refutation of the charges" 

In the proclamation of Pros. J. London, 1807. 8. 

WITT, C. de. Etude histor. sur la democratic 

americaine. Seed. Paris, 1861. 12. 

Kate. Kepub. with add. from the Revue d. D. 
Monde*, 1857-4)0. 

Funeral termon on. 1826. See Sergeant, J. (B 1828) 

ADDRESSES on the death of T. Jefferson.] n.p., 1826, 

27. 8. (B 556) 

2, amfly. Biddle, N., Phila., 1S27; Cashing, C., 
Cambridge, 1828 (al*o B 1206. 1736); Duer, W. A., 
Albany, 1826 (alxo B 1206! ; Everett. E.. Boston, 1826 
(alo B 536, 1730, 1755, 1797); Knapp, 8. L., Boston, 
1826 (alia B 1755) ; Webster, D., Boston, 1826 (alto 
B 1206, 1668, 1730, 1755, 1797) 

For other addresses on his death see Brackenridge, 
H. M., (in hit Speeches on the Jew bill, 1829); 
Forsyth, J., Augusta, 1826 (B 1206); Johnson, W., 
Charleston, 1826 (B 1639); Kirkland, J. T.. (in 
Amer. A cad. Mem., n.s., v. 1. 1833) ; Sprague, J. E., 
Salem, 1826 (B 1206); Sprague, P., Hallowell, 1820 
(B 1206); Stanford, J.. New York, 1826 (B 1097); 
Wirt, W., Washington, 1826 (B 1730, W 12) 

Ste also Dialogue between a southern delegate, 

etc., 1774; United States. President*. Speeches. 

Jefferson College, Canonsburg. Catalogue of the 

officers and students, July. Pittsburgh, [1833]. 8. 


SMITH, J. History of Jefferson Coll., incl. an 

account of the Canonsburg Academy. Pitts- 
burg, 1857. 12. 

Jefferson County Agricultural Soc. Proceedings 
of the 1st fair. Watertown, 1818. 8". (B 357) 

Jeffery, John. Complete collection of sermons and 
tracts. London, 1753. 2 v. (v. 1 w.). 8. 

Jefferya, Nathaniel. Review of the conduct of the Prince 
of Wales in his transactions with J. 3d ed., with 
add. London, [1S06]. 8. (B 713) 

LETTER to J. on his Review of the conduct of the 

Prince of Wales . London, 1800. 8". (B 1415) 

Pnnx>-VEKlTAS, p*fu<l. Diamond cut diamond; oh- 

serv. on A review of the conduct of the Prince of 
Wales ; a review of X. Jefferys as a tradesman, etc. 
Loudon, 1806. 8. (B 713) 




JefferyB, Thomas. American atlas. 29 maps. Lon 
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Same. London, 1778. f. 

Antrim; [map]. London. 1794. (E 67) 

Barbados; [map]. London. 1794. (E 67) 

Coast of West Florida and Louisiana; and peninsula 

and gulf of Florida. London, 1794. (E68) 

Complete pUot for the West Indies, incl. the 

British channel, Bay of Biscay, and all the 
Atlantic islands. London, [17 ?]. f 

Description of the Spanish islands and settle 

ments on the coast of the W.Indies; with 
maps. London, 1762. 4. 

Explanation for tho new map of Nova Scotia and Cape 

Breton, with adjacent parU of New England and 
Canada. London, 1756. 4*. (A 4, 14) 

Gaudaloupe; [map]. London, 1795. (E67) 

Geographical description of Florida. (In Roberts. W 

Account of Florida. 1763.) 

Great probability of a North West passage de 

duced from the letter of Adm. De Fonte. 
London, 1768. 4. 

Jamaica; [map]. London, 1794. (E 67) 

Maps and plans. See Natural and civil history of tho 

French dominions In N. and 8. Amcr. 1760. 

Martlnlco; [map]. London. 1798. (E 67) 

of Brunswlck-Luncburg. Loud. ,1780. (E66) 

New map i 

Kuatan or 

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Be Loeta; [map]. London, 1794. (67) 

London. 1794. (E 67) 
London, 1794. (E 67) 

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world; Copy of De LUle * Buache s flclltlous 
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Pacific. (In Mueller, 8. Voy. from Asia. 1761.) 

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Jeffray, James. Observations, (fn Park, H. Cones of 
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Jeffrey. See alto Geoffrey ; Oeoffroy ; Oeoffry. 

Jeffrey of Moninouth. Set Oalfridua Jfonumetenii*. 

Jeffrey, Francis, Lord. Contributions to the Edin 
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BAOEHOT, W. (In hi* Estimates. 1858.) 

COCKBURN, H., Lord. Life of Lord Jeffrey, 

with a selection from his correspondence 
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SMILES. 8. (fn M* Brief biog. 1861.) 

TUCKEKMAN, U. T. (In hit Biog. essays. 1857.) 

VERIJS, L,pfud. Letter to J. Glasg., 1831. 8". (B933) 
Jeffrey, Uobert. Sermon, Lot s flight from Sodoin. (In 

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Jeffreys, Charles. Van Dieman s Land. London, 

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Jeffreys, George, Lord Chancellor, d. 1689. WOOL- 

KYCH, H. W. Memoirs of J. Lond., 1827. 8. 

CAMPBELL, J. (In hi* Lives, v. 3. 1845.) 

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MACAULAY, T. B. (In hit Biog. sketches. 1857.) 
Jeffreys, George, d. 1755. Miscel. in prose and 

verse. London, 1754. 4. 
Jeffreys, Henry. Cases in surgery. Lond., 1820. 8. 

Practical observations on the use of cubebs in 

gonorrhoL-a. London, 1821. 8. 

Jeffreys, Henry, Archdeacon of Bombay. The 
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Religious objection to tetotalism. London, 1840. 8*. 

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Temperance tract; an appeal, n.t.p. 12". (C 203) 
Jeffreys, Julius. Inquiry into the comparative forces of the 

extensor and flexor muscles, connected with the 
joints of the human body. Lond., 1822. 8. (B 831) 
Jeffries, Benjamin Joy. Enucleation of the eye-ball. (In 
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Jeffries, David. Treatise on diamonds and pearls. 

London, n.d. 12. 
Jeffries, John, M.D., d. 1819. Narrative of two 

aerial voyages, 1784-85. London, 1786. 4. 

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Jeffrie*. John. M.D. Account of tho last Illness of D. Web 
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ances, etc. Phila.. 1853. 8. (B 1729) 

Address before the Suffolk District Medical Society, 

Apr. 27. Boston, 1850. 8*. (B 1439, 1556) 
Jeffries, Thomas Fayette. Crippled Fayette, of 

Rockingham, detailing his times anfl giving 

his rhymes. Mountain Valley, Va., 1857. 18. 
Jehan de Saintr*. See Tresaan, L. E. de. 
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Jehanghire. See Jahangueir. 

Jehanne la Pucelle ; par A. Dumas. Paris, 1862. 18*. 
Jehovah. MATHER, 8. Dissertation cone, the name of 

Jehovah. Boston, 1760. 8. (B 249) 

TIIOLUCK, F. A. G. Ueber die Hypothcse des Ur- 

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Jekyll, John. Funeral termon on. 1732. See Price, R. 

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Jelowicki, Alexander. Mojo wspomnienia. Paryz. 

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Jel Richard William. Sermon. The danger of relapse. 
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Jelf, Wm. Edward. Grammar of Greek, chiefly 
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Jenkin, Mrt. W. C. Madame de Beaupre. New 

York, 1869. 12. 

Skirmishing. Phila., 1863. 12. 

Who breaks pays. London, 1861. 2 T. 12*. 
Jenkin, Win. Certain conscientious queries; [with] hl peti 
tion, [and] a tetter by Mr. Love. [London.] 1651. 
4. (B 12) 

Jenkins, Charles. Sermon, ordin. of B. F. Clarke, Buck- 
land. Feb. 4. Greenfield, 1824. 8*. (B 1320) 

Jenkins, David. Plea delivered to the Earl of Manchester 
and Speaker of the Commons. Remonstrance to 
Lords and Commons. Lex terras; or. Laws of the 
land. Cordial. In reply to paper by H. P. Disc, 
cone, the inconveniences of a long-contlnned parlia 
ment. T., D. Account of what was transacted in 
the Commons when D. Jenkins and F. Butler were 
voted guilty of high treason. Ball, \V. Power of 
kings discussed, in answer to several tenets of D. 
Jenkins. (In Somers, J. Col. of tracts, v. 5. 1811.) 

Jenkins, Edward. The Coolie; his rights and 
wrongs. New York, 1871. 8. 

Oinx s baby ; his birth and other misfortunes. 

London, 1870. 12. 

Legal aspect of sanitary reform. (In Nat. Assoc, 

Prom. Soc. Set. Trane., I860.) 

Lord Bantam ; a satire. New York, 1872 

[1871]. 12. 
Jenkins, Ellsha, e. Van Rensaelaer, 8. Report of the 

trials, n.p., 1808. 8*. (B 408) 
Jenkins, John. Art of writing reduced to a plain 

and easy system. Book 1. Camb., 1813. 8. 

Same. Boston, 1791. 4*. (B 654) 

Appeal to the Senate of the Legislature of Mass, in 

favor of J. [Boston, 1812.] 8. (B 1457) 
Jenkins, John. Inquiry on early withdrawal from schools 
in Swansea. (In Nat. Asaoc. Prom. Soc. Sci. 
Trans., 1867.) Middle clans education in agricul 
tural and rural districts. (In 1866.) 

Report. (In Or. Brit. EJuc. Comm. Reports, v. 2. 


Jenkins, John Stilwell. Life of J. C. Calhoun. 
Auburn, 1850. 12. 

Lives of the governors of N.Y. Aub., 1851. 8*. 

Content*. G. Clinton. J. Jay. M. Lewis. D. 
D. Tompkins. De Witt Clinton. J. C. Gates. M. 
Van Buren. E. T. Throop. W. L. Marcy. W. H. 
Be ward. W. C. Bouck. S. Wright. J. Young. 
H. Fish. 

Jenkins, Joseph. Address before the Grand Lodge of Mass., 
at the Installation of officer*. Dee. 26, 1829. Bos 
ton, 1830. 8. (B 1143, 1271, 1793) 

Address before the Ma**. Charitable Mechanick Assoc., 

Dec. 17, 1818. Boston, 1819. 8*. (B565) 

Defence of the Baptists against the aspersions, tie., 

of P. Edwards. Boston. 1S02. . (B 192, 477. C 129) 

Oration at Barre, before Mt. Zion, Harris, and Thomp 

son Lodges, June 24. Boston. [182UJ. 8. (B 555) 

EDWARDS, P. Critical remarks on [J.] Jenkins s De 

fence of the Baptist*. London, n.d. 12. (C 221) 
Same. Boston, 1803. 12. (C 129) 

Jenkins, Thomas Paine. TRIALS of White, etc., for mur 
der of J. See Selfridge, E. (B 1442, 1794) 

Jenkins. Thornton A., U. S. Jf. HEADLEV, J. F. (In 
hit FarraguL 1867.) 

Jenkins. Timothy. Speech on the Wilmot proviso, Feb. 13. 
Wash., 1847. 8*. (B 1502) 

Jenkinson, Anthony. Voy. and travels from Russia to 
Bokhara, 1557. (In Harris, J. Col. of voy., r. 1. 
1705 ; Green. J. Col. of voy., v. 4, b. 3. 1747; 
Haklny t, R. Col. of voy., v. I. 1809 ; Pinkerton, 
J. Col. of voy., v. 9. 1811; and, Gtrm., in Allgem. 
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Voyage to Ruinsia. (In Hamel, J. Eng. 1854.) 

Jenkinson, Charles, Ld. Haicketbury, lit Earl of 
Liverpool, Discourse on the conduct of the 
British Government towards neutral nations. 
London, 1758. 4. 

Same. London, 1794. 8. (B 780, 1410) 

Same. New ed. London. 1801. 8. (B 781) 

Additional papers resp. the discussions with France. 

London. 1803. 8*. (B 754) 

Conduct of the late administration examined, etc. See 

Conduct, etc. 

ALMON. J. Letter to C. Jenkinson. 2d ed. London, 

1781. 4*. (A 27) 
Jenkinson. John Banks, lip. of St. David*. Sermon. 

annlv. of the Stewards of Sons of the Clergy, May 

21, 1824. London, 1826. 4*. (B 1270) 
Jenkinson, Robert Banks, 2d Earl of Liverpool. 

Speech. Nov. 3. 4, on the bill of pains and penalties. 

3d ed. London. 1820. 8*. f B 1423) 

Two tables illustrative of the speeches of the Earl 

of Liverpool and the Chancellor of the Exchequer. 
(In Pamphleteer, 1819; v. 15 of B 833) 

Speech, the means of extending and securing the for 

eign trade of the country. Lond., 1820. 8. (B 1847) 

Same. 2d ed. London. 1820. 8*. (B 1422) 

Substance of [his] speech on the report of the Bank 

committee. (In Pamphleteer, 1819; v. 14 of B 838) 

BROCGIIAM. H.. Ld. (In hit Statesmen of the time of 

George ill., v. 2. 1839.) 

KINNAIRD, C. Letter to the Earl of Liverpool. 3d ed. 

London, 1816. 8*. (B 1401J 

LETTER to the Earl of Liverpool, on the erroneous In 

formation that H. M. s ministers have adopted re- 
frarding country banks, etc. London, 1826. 8. (B 

LETTER to the Earls of Liverpool and Eldon, against 

the proposed docks In St. Kathurine s precinct. 
London, 1824. 8. (B 1747) 

YONOE, C. D. Life and administration of the 

2d Earl of Liverpool. Lond., 1868. 3 v. 8. 
Jenks, Benjamin. Meditations on important sub 
jects; preface by J. Hervey. London, 1757. 
2 Y. 8. 

Prayers and offices of devotion for families. 

23d ed. New York, 1793. 16. 

Jenks, Francis. Speech, June 24, 1679, for which he hath 
been maligned by Papists, n.t.p. (16 .] f. f A 64) 

B., J. Letter to J., Sept. 20. Ctalchester, 1679. r. 

(A 54) 
Jenks, Henry Fitch. Blog. of W. P. Boynton. (In Hig- 

ginson, T. H. Harvard mem. biog.. v. 2. 1866.) 
Jenks, Joseph Wm. Rural poetry of the English 

language. Boston, 1856. 8. 

Scripture jmrettecr; diet, of Bible natural history. (In 

Jenks, W. Explan. Bible atlas. 1849.) 
Jenks, Wm., D.D. Account of the Mass. Hist. 
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v. 32. 1864.) Notice of D Aulney of Acadie. (In 
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Address. Oct. 23. 1813. ( /n Amer. Antiq. Soc, Addr. 

1813-66.) Address. Oct. 21, 1863. (fn 1S63.) 

Comprehensive commentary on the Bible. Brat- 

tleboro, 1835-38. 6 v. 4. 

Address to the members of the New Enjr. Hist. 

Geneal. Soc., Mar. 1. Boston, 1852. 8". (B1962) 

Discourse. Freeport, Feb. 10, 1809, funeral of S. Veazle. 

Portland, [1809]. 8*. (B 319) 

Discourse, June 24. before Solar and United Lodges 

of Free Masons, Bath. Portland, [1807]. 8". (B319) 

C...I f. \ *t T Xf^LTrtOn VVurrlanfl 1 RI17 ft 

Eulogy, funeral of J. McKcen. 
(B 1193, 1320) 

Portland," 1807. 8. 

^ - JL.10X?! AUfeV/ 

Explanatory Bible atlas and Scripture gazetteer; 

diet. of nat. hist., etc. 4th ed. Bost., 1849. 4. 

Same. (In MTCeen, J. Inaug. address. 1807. B433, 


Eulogy of J. Bowdoln. Boston, 1812. 4*. (A 19) 

Memoir of Rev. L. Dwight. (In Prison Discipline 

Soc. Reports, v. 1. 1855.) 

Reports. See Boston Soc. for the Instruction of the 

Poor. 1819. (B 952) 

Sermon, annual election, May 31. Boston, 1820. 8*. 


Sermon, Mns. Boc. Prom. Christ. Knowl., May 25. 

Boston. IS-ii. 8*. (B 1645) 

Sermon, Mass. Soc. for the Suppression of Intemper 

ance, June 1. Boston, 1821. 8. (B 1009, 1238) 




Tni spirit of missions; sermon before the Maine 

Miss. 8oc.. annlv. meeting:. North Yarmouth, July 5. 
Hallowell. 1809. 8*. (B 319) 

MASS HIST. 8oc. Proceedings on the death of J. 

(In thtir Proe.. 1866-87.) BLACDEN, Q. W. Me 
moir of J. (In 1867-W.) 
Jenks Portland gazette, 1799, 1801-06. Portland, 

1799-1806. 2 T. f. 

2foU. From Mar. 13 to July 9. 1805, called Port 
land gazette ; from July 23, called Portland gazette 
and Maine advertiser". 

Jenkyn, Wra. Exposition of the epistle of Jude. 
London, 1652. 4. 

Sermon, Aug 1661 (In Farewell sermons of Non 

conformist minister*. 1810.) 

Jenkyns, Henry. Index to the statutes In force, to 1869. 
See Great Britain (p. 1230). 

Jenner, Edward. Further observations on cow- 
pox. London, 1799. 4*. (E 272) 

Instructions for vaccine inoculation, n.p., n.d. 4*. 


Letter on the effects of vaccination In preserving from 

the small pox. Phlla., 1818. 8. (B 833, E 59) 

Letter to C. H. Parry, on the Influence of artificial 

eruptions. London. 1822. 4. (A 63, E 272) 

Varieties and modifications of the vncclne pustule oc 

casioned by an berpetlc skin. Cheltenham, 1806. 4*. 

BARON, J. Life of E. Jenner. London, 1838. 

2 v. 8. 

COMPARATIVE statements of fact* on cow-pox, pub. by 

Dr*. Jenner and Woodvllle. Lond.1800. 4. (E272) 

LETTHOM, J. C. Memoir of J. n.t.p. 8". (B 821) 
Same. London. 1805. (B 813) 

LIFE. (In 8oc. Diff. Usef. Knowl. Dieting, men of 

mod. times, v. 4, 1838. v. 40 of Llbr. But. Knowl.; 
and in v. 2. 1840, v. 124 of H. F. L.) 

MURRAY, C. Debate in Parliament reap, the Jennerlan 

theory, etc. London, 1808. 8. (B717) 

VALENTIN. L. Notice blog. sur J. Montpelller, 1805. 

8 . (B 1457) 
Samf. Notice hist. sur J. 2i Ad. Nancy, 1824. 8. 

(B 1457) 

Sf alto Royal Jennerlan Society. 
Jenner, Rev. G. C. Evidence before the committee 

of the House of Commons resp. E. Jenner s 

discovery of vaccine inoculation, with debate. 

London, 1805. 8. 
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Jenner, Wm. Diseases of the skin. (In Holmes, T. 

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Jennings, David. Abridgment of the life of C. 

Mather. London, 1744. 12. 

Jewish antiquities. 9th ed. cor. London, 

1837. 8. 
Jennings, Ebenezcr. History of Pulton. (In Field, D. D. 

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Jennings, Edmund. Observations on Hurd s two dialojrues 

on the constitution of the Eng. gov. London, 1790. 

8*. (B 683) 

Translation of [T. Pownall e] Memorial to the sover 

eigns of Europe on the present state of affairs be 
tween the Old and the New World . London, 1781. 
8. (B595) 

Jennings, Hargrave. Curious things of the out 
side world. London, 1861. 2 v. 12. 
i The Rosicrucians, their rites and mysteries. 
London, 1870. 8. 

Jennings, Isaac. Memorials of a century ; a record 
of individuals and events chiefly in the early 
history of Bennington, Vt., and its first 
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Jennings, John. Two discourses: Of preaching Christ; 
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by I. WatU. 2<1 ed. London, 1724. 8". (B 1861) 

Same. 4th ed. Boston, 1740. 8". (B242) 
Jennings, Joseph. Episcopal pretensions examined In a 

review of sermon by G. W. Doane, Leeds, Eng. 
New York, 1842. 8 . (B 1180) 

Jennings, Louis J. Eighty years of republican 
government in the United States. London, 
1868. 8. 

Jennings, Nathaniel. Sermon, death of Mrs. B. Johnson, 
with the oration at the interment. London, 1774. 8*. 
(B 1851) 

Jennings, Paul. A colored man s reminiscences of 
J. Madison. Brooklyn, 1865. 4. 

Jennings, Richard. Report of the trials of the murderers 
of R. Jennings. Nowburnh, 1819. 8*. (B 448, 458) 

Jennings, Richard Downing. Cnsc of an English subject 
who resided at St. Eustatlus, when [it] was cap- 
tured In 1781. London, 1790. 8*. (B 636) 

Jennings, Samuel K. Plain elementary explana 
tion of the nature and cure of d i*ease ; in 
vention of portable hot baths. Richmond, 
1814. 8. 

Same. Wash.. 1814. 12*. (C 147) 

Jennings [Robert] landscape annual. Vol. 5-8, 
for 1834-37. London, J 834-37. 4 v. 8. 

Content*. Vol. 5. Roscoe, W. Tourist In 
France. 6-8. Roscoe, W. Tourist in Spain. 
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1856. 12. 
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Jennison, Timothy Llndall. Prief memoir of W. Douglas. 

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Description of a foveat and compressor. Carab., 1832. 

8. (B1556) 

Jennison family. VIXTON, J. A. (In hit Giles memorial. 

Jennyns, Joseph Clayton. Some observations on the otate. 
ment and evidence In the 4th report to the Ho. of 
Commons, from the com. on public expenditures. 
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Jenour, Matthew. Route to India through France. Ger 
many, Hungary. Turkey. Natolia, Syria, and the 
desart of Arabia. London. 1791. 4*. ( W 51) 

Jens or Jensiua, Johannes. Lectiones Lucianero ; 
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Jenyns, Leonard. Observations on meteorology. 
London, 1858. 12. 

Fish. (In Darwin, C. R. Zoology of voy. of the 

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Jenyns, Soame. Disquisitions on several subjects. 
London, 1782. 8. 

Free enquiry into the nature and origin of evil. 

Boston, 1795. 18. 

View of the internal evidence of the Christian 

religion. 2d ed. London, 1776. 12. 

Same. Boston, 1793. 18. 

Samt. (In Blair, H. Serm.. v. 1. 1792.) 

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Poetical works. (In Anderson, R. Brit, pouts, v. 11. 


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to the author of Free Inquiry into the nature of 
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LETTER to the author of Free inquiry Into the nature 

of evil , containing remarks on the four first letters. 
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and on the Internal evidences of Christianity. Bos 
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Jerome Puturot & In recherche de la mcilleare des republlque*, 

d une position sociale. See Reyband, M. R. L. 
Jerome Pnintu; comedle. (fn Le Texier. Kecueil de 

thefttre. v. 3. 1785.) 
Jeronimo. PL 1. ( In Dodsley, R. Col., v. 3. 1780; ^- and 

in Scott, Sir W. Anc. Brit, dr., v. 1. 1810.) 
Jeronym of Pragiit. See Hieronym. 
Jeroschin, Nlcolaus Ton. Di Kronikevon Pruzlnlnnt; hrsg, 

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Jerram, Charles. Conversations on infant baptism, 

and popular objections to the Church of the 

United Kingdom. Boston, 1820. 18. 

Letter* on the atonement. London, 1804. 8*. (B 1855) 
Jerrold, Douglas Wm. Writings. Lond., 1851-54. 

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Contfntt. Vol.1. St. Giles and St. James. 2. Men 
of character: Job Pippins, who couldn t help It ; 
Jack Kunnymede. the man of many thanks ; Adam 
Buff, without a shirt ; Matthew Clear, who saw his 
way ; John Applejohn, who meant well ; Chris 
topher Snub, who won born to be hanged ; Barnaby 
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died rich . 3. Mr*. Caudle s curtain lectures. The 
story of a feather. The sick giant and the doctor 
dwarf. 4. Cakes anil ale: The lesson of life; Per. 
ditus Mutton, the man that bought a caul ; The mayor 
of Hole-cum-Corner ; Romance of a key -hole; Mr. 
Peppercorn at home ; The preacher parrot; The 
live* of Smith. Brown, Jones, and Robinson : Shak- 
peare at Bank-side; The wine cellar; Kind couln 
Tom; Tlie manager s pig; The tapestry weaver of 
Beauvals; The genteel pigeons; Shakspeare in 
China; The order of poverty; A gossip at Recnl- 
vers; The old man at the gate; Epitaph of Sir 
Hugh Evan*. 5. Punch s letters to his son. Punch s 
complete letter writer. Sketches of the English. 6. 
Amaamadeof money. Chronicles of Clovernook. 7. 
Comedies. Bubbles of the day. Time works wonders. 
The catspaw. Prisoner of war. Retired from 
business. St. Cupid ; or, Dorothy s fortune. 8. Com- 
etlift and drama*. Rent day. Nell Qwynne. The 
housekeeper. The wedding gown. The school 
fellows. Dove in a cage. The paluter of Obent. 
Black ey d Susan ; or, All In the Downs . 

Ambrose Owinnett; a melo drama. Phila., 1833. 24*. 


Same. (In Sargent. E. Mod. stand, dr.. v. 24.) 

Black-eyed Susan; a drama. (In Sargent, E. Mod. 

tana, drama, v. 30.) 

Capsicum House; from Punch. (In Littell s living 

age, v. 13, 14. 1847.) 

Cats-paw. (lit. Sargent, E. Mod. stand, dr.. v. 11.) 

Drunkard s fate; melo-drama. t.p.w. 24". (D 43) 

Mrs. Caudle s curtain lectures, (fn Littell a living 

age. v. 4-5. 1845.) 

Remains. See, beloto, JERROLD. 

Rent-day. (In Sargent, E. Mod. stand, dr.. v. 4.) 

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STIRLING, J. II. Jerrjld, Tennyson, and Ma- 

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Jerrold, Wm. Blanchard. On the Boulevards, 1853- 
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The children of Lutetia. Lond., 1864. 2 v. 8. 

The cockaynes in Paris. London, 1871. 8. 

The French under arms ; essays on military 

matters in France. London, 1860. 12. 

The Gavroche party ; literary estimates of po 

litical France. London, 1870. 8*. 

Life and remains of D. Jerrold. London, 

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Jersey, Isle of. DRYDEX, A. E. Constitution of 
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deque all* a 8. Luca plctls; cur. J. Goar. (In Codi- 
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COHMXII, J. Vindication of the ore-existence of 

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BEI.KN AP, J. (In hit Diss. 1795.) 

BENSON, G. Summary view of the evidences 
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FOSTER, J. The resurrection of Christ proved. 
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HAMILTON. G. Letter to S Hlrschcl, showing thnt the 
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ROLLOCKE, R. Lectures upon the passion, res., etc., 

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SCHOEREL. . La resurrection de Jesus. (In hit 

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SHERLOCK, T. Trial of the witnesses of the 

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STANLEY-, A. P. Resurrection of Christ. (In Noyew, 

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WEST, G. History and evidences of the resur 

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Sons hi p. 
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CHRIST S temptations real facts ; in answer to 
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FARMER, H. Inquiry into the nature and de 
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FIELD, G. The words of Christ [collected]. 

New ed. rev. London, 1847. 8. 
RAMMOHUN ROT. Precepts of Jesus extracted 

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JOHNSON, S. The worship of Jesus in its past 

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LINDSEY. T. Conversations on Christian idolatry In 

1791. London, 1792. 8. (B 188) 
TIIF.OSEBES, pneitil. Letterson the worship of Christ, 

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ADAMS, N. Christ a friend ; thirteen discourses. 
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AMMON, C. F. v. Sermon on the divine mission of 
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BKKTT. S. Narrative of proceedinc* of the 
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BCI-LOCK . T. Jesus Christ the prophet, rtc. ; sermon, 

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BUR<:E*.S. T. Chriot and not St. Peter the rock of the 

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CHII.T), A. B. Christ and the people. Boston, 

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CHILD, O. Trial balance of creeds. Pror., 1819. 8*. 


CBRIMT confessed; or. Important questions and case* 

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DAXA, J. Doctrine and mission of Christ; sermon, 

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HERDER. J. O. von. Vom Erlfoer der Menschen. 

Von Gottes Sohn, der Welt Heiland ; nacb Johannes 
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HOOPER, W. Christ the life, etc.; sermon, Boston, 

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PARKEH.T. Sermon on the relation of Jesos to bis age 

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RELLT, J. Union ; or. The consanguinity and 

affinity between Christ and his Church. 
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ROBT, W. Traethawd byrr ar yr angenrheidrwydd 

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BCBOEBEL, . De quelques miracles. Notice snr la 

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edge of Christ and our union and commun 
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TCENBULL, O. Connexion between the doc 

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VACGHAX. C. J. Christ the light of the world, (fn 

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WALTER, N. Discourse cone, the wonderful- 

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Jeane Creole, Le; comedie. See Andrieux, F. O. J. S. 
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Jeunesse de Louis xiv, La; comedle. See Dumas, A. 
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Jew, The ; a comedy. See Cumberland, R. 
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HCIIAMPS DE PAS, L. Orfevrerie des xne et xiile 
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ETAT des. bijoux ct Joyau x achetds a Pari* pour Mar 

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FRANCE. A**?m >le e. JTationale. Inveutaire des dla- 

mansde la conronnc. perles. plerreries, etc. 2e ptie. 
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MAVTZ. P. L orfevrerie francalse. (fn Gazette des 

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Sff alio Gems ; Ooldamith a work ; Sil ver- 
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Jewess, The ; by W. T. Moncrieff. (/n Sargent, E. Mod. 
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Jewess, The ; a tale, by Miss Rigby. London, 
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Jewett, Charles. The rum-seller s and rum-drinker s lam 
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Ocir.D. It. A. Biog. notice of C. C. Jewett. (fn 

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Jewett, E. R. New style of relief line engraving ; 

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Jewett, Geonce B. Duty of preaching the Gospel ; sermon. 

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JEWS (History) 

Jewett. Emily, funeral termon on. 1809. See Sanders, 

D. C. (B 245, 330) 
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Boston, 1850. 8. 
Passages in foreign travel. Bost., 1838. 2 v. 12. 

Jewett, Jedidiah. Sermon, Newbury, Apr. 18, at ordlii. of 

D. Toppan. Newbuiyport. 1774. 8*. (B 226) 
Jewett, Jonathan. REPORT of the trial for the murder of 

J. See Bowen, G. (B 344, 559) 
Jewett, Paul. New England farrier. Newburyport. 1795. 

12-. fB1080) 
Jewett, Rev. \Vm. Sermon, Divine predestination ; or. The 

sufferings and glory of the sainU. n.p., [184-J. 8". 

Jfote. From some col. of sermons by various authors. 
Jewish expositor and friend of Israel. Vol. 1-8. 

London, 1816-23. 8 v. 8. 
Jewish Oerman language and literature. II AOF.N, F. H. 

TOU dor. Die romantiache und Volks-Litteratur der 

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STEINSCHNEIDER, M. JUdisch . deutsche Llteratur. 

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during a captivity among the ravages of 

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CUNJEUS, P. De republica Hebrworum. Lugd. 

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DE QCINCEY, T. Toilette of the Hebrew ladies. (In 

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coiitumes des negrvo de la Guinu avec cellos des 
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EicimoHN. J. O. De Judteorum re sccnlca. Do 

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EXCEL, C. Music of ancient nations, partic. 

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EWALD, H. De ferlarum Hebrtearum orlglne ac ra- 

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FERRAHIO, G. (In hi* Costume, v. 3. 1829.) 

GODWIN, T. See Ktligion: Ritual (p. 1582). 

JENNINGS, D. Jewish antiquities ; lectures on 

books i. -in. of Goodwin s Moses and Aaron . 
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KENNEDY, J. Hebrew servitude and American 

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LAWS, customs, etc., of the Jews. (In Universal 

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LEWIS, T. Patriarchal and Jewish servitude no argu 

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MACKMGIIT, J. Jewish antiquities. (In hi* Har 

mony of the Gospels. 1703. bee Bible, p. 286.) 

MISCUNA sive totius Hebneorum juris, rituum, 

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SALVADOR, J. Histoire des institutions de 

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STRAUSS, F. Helen s pilgrimage to Jerusalem ; 

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Ste alo Law (p. 1682); alto Bible (pp. 271, 
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- RIBEIRO DOS SANTOS, A. De huma blbllotheca lusl- 

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- WILI.AKD. 8. The fountain opened ; or, Blexslngfl to 

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EWALD, G. H. A. von. Geschichte des Volkes 
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PRIDEAUX, H. The Old and New Testament 
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CnRYSOSTOMCS. Adverfu^ Judieonorutlonea. (InMt 

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Goi> WYN, T. Moses and Aaron ; civil and 

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NOAH, M. M. Discourse, consecration of the syna 

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Joanna of yarnrre. Queen of Htnry IT., b. about 1370. 

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Joanna d Albret, Queen of Xararre, ft. 1528. Poe 
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Joannes, abba* Gonlmsi*. Vita Chrodegangi epinc. Mot- 
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Joannes Attagnotte*. De extreme The*alonlcen(>l excidio. 

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Joanne* Atitiochrnut or Malela*. See Malelas, J. 
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Joannes Secerlacenti*. Abp. of York. KOLCAKDLS Berlin- 

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Joannes Camtniata. De excidio Thessalonica*. (In By 
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Joannes Climattu or *cfiolaticut. Evcala cspi ritual. (In 

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Joanne* Columbinut. Rossi, G. B. Vita B. Joannis. (In 

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Joanne* de Canittrano, St. . VOICT, G. (In Historiscue 

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Joanne* de fordun. TTTLER. P. F. (In hi* Lives of 

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Joanne* de Monte Mirahili. StTftEEN. 8., et MOXACIHS 

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SrxEO* Jfetap\ra*Ut. Vita. (In Acta sanct, T. 3. 

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Joanne* Euboicu*. Sermo in infantes ab Herode occisos. 

(In Mai. A. Class, anct.. v. 10. 1838.) 

Joanne* Ferrarienti*- ExcerptA er annalibus principam 
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Joanne* Gortunrit. See Joannes a Wo* Gorritnti*. 
Joannes Bitrotolymitanu*. monachu*. Karratio de icono- 

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Joanne* Laudentit. Vita B. Petri Daroiani. tin Acta 
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VITA. (In Acta nanct., v. 43. 1S6S.) 

Joannes Padotantt*. Libri gecretorum de lapide philopo- 
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Joannes Saret&crienait or 

i.e of 


de dogmata philoaophorum. - be membrls con-plran- 
Ubus. - Vila Anwliul Cantuarlensls. - Vita Stl. Thomrn. 
BRIAL, J. J pe deux ras*. latins oooten. les lettre. 

- (In FarU - 

Joanne* Scohtt Erigena. See Scotu* Erigena. 
Joanne* Afcundut. See Secundus, J N 

VITA, (/n Act* 

Joannes Baptista Jfantuanm. See Baptiita 

Joanne* Bonvisia*. See Giovanni BonvUio 

Joannes Cananus. See Cananas 

Joanne. CaMiann*. S aoo. ifatMla. VITA. </ Acta 

BallLL., V. o-. lnO5.J 

Joanne* Chry*o*tomu*, St. See Chry*o*tomu*, J. 
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- GOUYEA. A. Vita 8. J. (In Acta *anct., T. 7. 

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Joanne* Dominica*, St. JOAWWES CAHOI.CS fhrentinui. 

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Joanne* Gaalbertu*, St. VITA. (In Acta *ancu, v. 30. 


Joannidea, N. Euper^ptov rf^ EXbrvuuK vo/w/Loywif, 

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Jobert, Louis. Sciences des mcdailles. Nouv. ed., 

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Jocelinus monachua de Furnesio. Life and acts of 

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Jocelyn, Robert, Vise. Jocelyn. Six months with 

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of the reign of truth. London, 1764. 8". (B 1369) 
John Chryaostotn, St. See Chrysostomus, J. 
John Ernest, Ituke of Sase-H eimar. NEUMAYK VON 

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Univ. Soteria Joh. Georgio quum Silcsiam 

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Court of Chancery. London, 1834. 8. 
Legislation applied to Infant colonies; a letter to the 

commissioners of the ABSOC. for the British coloni 
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Johns, Bennett George. Blind people ; their works 

and ways. London, 1867. 18. 

Johns, Eugenia, (pseud. E. Marlitt). Countess 
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Pittsfield, 1844. 12. 
Johns, Henry V. D. Address, inane, of G. .Tunkin as Pros. 

of Miami Univ., Oxford, O. Cincin., 1841. 8. (B1580) 

Prot. Episc. pastor teaching the people to keep the 

doctrines. Bait., 1842. 8". (B 1295) 

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Johns, J. Mission to the poor. (In Beard, J. R. TTnita- 
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Johns, John. Bp. of Va. Annual sermon before the Board 
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Confirmation, an argument for its authority and use. 

New York, 1858. 12*. (C 239) 

Great grief of Jesus at the grave of Lazarus. (In 

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Johns, Montgomery. Clinical phrase book ; in Eng 
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John s governor visits Dame Europa s school. Edin., 1871. 
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Johnson, . Vindication of the Bp. of Condom s 
Exposition of the doctrine of the Catholic 
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Johnson, Abraham, pteud. Lucina sine concubltu. Sfe 
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Johnson, Alexander, 3f.D. [Circular letter on recovering 
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Dlrectiona for an extension of the practice of recover 

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Johnson, Alexander Bryan. Inquiry into the na 
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Address at Utica, Dec. 9. Utlca, 1824. 8. (B 936) 

Discourse on language. Utica, 1832. 8. (B 1100) 

Method of acquiring a full knowledge of the English 

language. Utica. 1831. 8. (B 1099) 

Oration. Utlca, July 5. Utica, 1824. 8. (B 1202) 

Treatise on banking. (In Banker s commonplace 

book. 1851.) 

Treatise on- language. New York, 1836. 8. 
Johnson, Rev. Alfred. The divinity of Christ consistent 

with the unity of God; sermon. [Belfast, 1822. J 8". 

Sermon, New-Gloucester, Feb. 10 ; ordination of E. 

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Johnson, Alvin J. Johnson s new illustrated fam 
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LIFE, speeches, etc., of J. Phila., 1865. 16. 

SAVAGE, J. Life and public services of J., 

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UNITED STATES. 40M Cong. Id *eu. Sup 

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Johnson, RT. Andrew. In what way can the endowed 
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Johnson, Anna (or Nancy) C. (pseud. Minnie Myr 
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Peasant life in Germany. N. York, 1858. 12. 
Johnson, Anthony. Hist, account of the Knit-lion transla 
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Johnson, Artt-maa N. Vocal music In common Reboots, (/n 
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Johnson, B. fiee Jonson, Ben. 

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Johnson, Capt . Edward. History of New England, 

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Jiote. The beading of the first chapter and the running 
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Same. With introd. by W. F. Poole. Ando- 

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CHICKERIXG, J. Notice of J. (In Mass. Hist. Soc. 

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Johnson, Edward, J/.D. Life, health, and disease. 
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Johnson, Elias, et al. vs. Low, P., et al. Report 
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convention of the Prot. Episc. Church, New York, 
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Missionary fanaticixm opposed to Christian zeal; dis 

course. New York. 1830. 8. (B 1295) 

Toleration; discourse, Brooklyn, thanksgiving. Dec. 

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Johnson, F. (Francis ?). BRADSHAW, AV. Unrea- 
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Johnson, Fred H. Every man his own guide to 
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Sketches in the South of France and the Pyre 

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Statistics of Niagara Falls. Buffalo. 1848. 32*. (D 41) 
Johnson, O. J. Is It desirable to amend the present law 

which give* the personal property and earning* of 
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Johnson, George. Materla medlca. (In Smwiloj, E., and 
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Johnson, George, tr. Morning and evening prayer of the 
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Johnson, George Wm. Dictionary of modem gar 
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The Fairfax correspondence ; memoirs of the 

reign of Charles i. London, 1848. 2 v. 8. 
Johnson, H. C. Ross. A long vacation in the Argen 
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Johnson, Henry. South Staffordshire coal-field. (In Tim- 

mins s Resources of Birmingham. 1S66.) 
Johnson, Henry James. SKETCH of the life of Dr. J. 

Johnson. London, 1846. 8*. (B 1458) 
Johnson, James or William. Deliverance in a voyage to 

the East. (In Harris. J. Col. of voy., T. 1 1705.) 
Johnson, James, M.D., d. 1845. Change of air, or 

Diary of a philosopher in pursuit of health, 

etc. London, 1831. 8. 

Derangements of the liver, internal organs, and 

nervous system. London, 1818. 8. 

Same. 3d ed. London, 1820. 8. 

Influence of civic life on health and happiness. 

London, 1818. 8. 

Influence of tropical climates on Europeans. 

London, 1815. 8. 

Morbid sensibility of the stomach and bowels. 

London, 1828. 8. 

Nature, cure, and prevention of gout. London, 

1819. 8. 

Pilgrimages to the Spas. London, 1841. 8. 

Tour in Ireland. London, 1844. 8. 

JOHNSON. H. J. Sketch of the life and writings of J. 

London, 1846. 8*. (B 1458) 

Johnson, James, of Raltimorf. Oration on the cent, annl v. of 
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Johnson, James, of Boston. LIVERMORE, G. Trib 
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Johnson, James C. The cherub ; songs for Sabbath 
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Johnson, James Rawlins. Treatise on the medi 
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Further observations on the medicinal leech. 

London. 1825. 8. 
Johnson, Rev. John, of Liverpool. The love of God ; a 

sermon, funeral of S. Hunter, Jr. Liverpool, 1758. 

8*. (1895) 
Johnson, Rev. John. Interesting correspondence between 

J. and E. Jones, rel. to the change In her opinions. 

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Johnson, John, printer. Typographia ; or, Printers 

instructor. London, 1824. 2 v. 12. 
Johnson, John B. Eulogy on Wtishington; sermon, Feb. 

22. Albany, 1800. 8. (E 48) 

Farewell sermon, Sept. 26. Albany, 1802. H. (B320) 

Oration on union. New York. 1794. 8". (B998) 
Johnson, John Edgar. Monks before Christ ; their 

spirit and history. Boston, 1870. 8. 

Johnson, John Lipscomb. The University memo 
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Virginia who fell in the Confederate war. 
Bait., 1871. 5 v. in 1. 8. 

Johnson, John Mordaunt. CATALOGUE of the 1st 
part of his library, sold 1817 ; ms. prices; 
with memoir of his life. London, 1817. 8. 

Johnson, Joseph. See Minet, H. (B 1841) 




Johnson, Joseph, J/. /A Oration before the Medical Soc. of 
8. Carolina, Dec.24, 1807. Charleston. 1S08. 8*. (B407) 

Johnson, Prof. L. Elementary arithmetic. Ra 
leigh, N.C., 1864. 12. 

Johnson, Lorenzo. The spirit of Roger Williams. 
Boston, 1839. 16. 

Johnson, Matthew. Publication of preferential securities. 
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Johnson, Oliver. Consider thU ye that forget God ; disa. 
on future punishment. Boston. 1831. 8*. (B 1239, 

Johnson, Reverdy. Letter on a penny postage be- 
. tween Or. Brit, and the U. S. London, 
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Memorial to the legislature of Maryland; with app. 

Bait., 1840. 8*. (B 1360, 1448, 1663) 

Remark* on the power of Congress to pass the law of 

renue for D. C., Apr. Wash., 1848. 8". (B 1502) 

Reply to the review of Judge Advocate Gen. 

Holt of the proceedings in Fitz John Porter s 
case. Bait., 1863. 8. 

Same. Speech before the Brooklyn McClellan Cen 

tral Association, Oct. 21, 1861. (/n Hand-book of 
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Speech on the ten regiment bill, Jan. 10, 11. Wash., 

1848. 8. (B 1502) 

Johnson, Richard. Landing among the Samocds, 1556. (In 
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Voyage into Persia. 1565. (fn Hakluyt, R. Col. of 

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Johnson, Richard. Crown garland of golden roses. 
From the ed. of 1612. Ed. by W. Chap- 
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Look on m. London. 1613. (In Collier, J. P. Illust. 

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Nine worthies of London. London, 1592, (In Har- 

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Pleasant conceits of Old Hobson, the merry 

Londoner, 1607; ed. by J. O. Halliwell. 
London, 1843. 12. (Percy Soc., v. 9.) 

Same. (In Haxlitt, Vf. C. Shakespeare jest books, 

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Pleasant walkes of Moore-fields. 1607. (fn Collier, 

J. P. Illust. of early Eng. lit., v. 2. 1864.) 
Johnson, Richard Mentor. Speech on a proposition 
to abolish Imprisonment for debt, Jan. 14. Boston. 
1823. 8 . (B 533) 

Sunday mails ; report. Boat.. 1829. ST. (61374,1814) 

AUTHENTIC biography of J. Boston, 1834. 12. 

WlLSOX.T. (In AM Biog. of Amer. heroes, v. 2. 1819.) 
Johnson, Richard W. DODT.E, W. 8. (fn hit Hist, of the 

old 2d division, Army of the Cumberland. 18>V4.) 

Johnson, Robert. Inauir. di*s. on the influenza. (In Cald- 
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Johnson, Robert O. Memoir of J. Fonwlcke. (fn New 
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Johnson, Robert W. Speech on the bill to limit 
and define the terms of office of principal 
officers or heads of departments, Senate, 
C. S., Feb. 9. Richmond, 1864. 8. 

Johnson, S. M. Free government in England and 
America. New York, 1864. 8. 

Johnson, Samuel, ft. 1649. rf. 1703. Argument proving that 
the abrogation of James, and the promotion of the 
Prince of Orange, wan according to the constitution 
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Sam*. 5th ed. London, 1693. 4*. (B 23) 

E*say [on] parliaments at a certainty; or kalends of 

May. London. 1633. 4. (B 1899) 

Letter from Oxford [on] S. J. s late book. Oxford. 

KHW. 4*. (B 7) 

Remarks upon Sherlock s Case of the allegiance dne 

to sovereign powers . 2d ed. Lond., 16 .H). 4*. (B7) 
Johnson, Samuel, Pre*. of Columbia C<>11., ft. 16M, rf. 177i 
Ethices elementa; or, First principles of moral phi 
losophy. Boston, 1746. 8". (B 70) 

Letter from Aristocles to Authades on the sovereignty 

of God. Boston, 174.V 8". (C 43. 193) 

Second letter to his dissenting pari<liiuner in answer 

to Some remarks . rtc. t by J. Gf rahatul. Boston, 
1734. 8. (B 130, C 25) 

Sermon, obligations to love and delight lo the public 

worship of God. Stratford, 1744, with prayers, etc. 
Boston. 1746. 8. (B 67, 584) 

GRAHAM, J. Remarks upon f.l. sj Letter from a min 

ister of the Cli. of Eng. to his dissenting parishion 
ers; with a vindication of the Presbyterians, n.p., 
1733. 8*. (C 25) 

Johnson, Samuel, LL.D., b. 1709, d. 1784. Works ; 

ed. by A. Chalmers. Essay on his life and 

genius, by A. Murphy. Lond., 1806. 12 v. 8*. 

ContrnU. Vol. L Essay. London. The vanity 

of human wishes. Irene. Miscellaneous poems. 4. 

Philological tra<:t*. The plan of an Engli&b dictionary. 

Preface to the English dictionary. Miscel. observa 
tions on the tragedy of Macbeth. Proposals for print- 
Ing the works of Shakespeare. Preface to the works 
of Shakespeare. General observ. on Shakespeare s 
plays. Account of the Harleian library. Essay on 
the origin and importance of fugitive pieces. Account 
of the life of Cellini. View of the controversy between 
Crousaz and Warburton. Preliminary di*c. to the 
London chronicle, 1*57. Inirod. to the World dis 
played. Preface to the Preceptor. Preface to Roll s 
dictionary. Preface to the tr. of Father Loco s voyage. 

Essay on epitaphs. Political ttiuyn. Observations 
on the state of affairs In 1756. Introduction to the Po 
litical state of Great Britain. Mi4c?ll<tH om estayi. 
Review of Memoirs of the court of Augustus . T. 
Blackwell. Review of Four letters from N ewton to 
.Bentley. Review of a Journal of eight days journey 
from Portsmouth to Kingston upon Thames by Mr. 11***. 

Reply to a paper in the Gazetteer. Review of An 
essay on the writings and genius of Pope . Introd. to 
the proc. of the committee for ctoathing French prison, 
ers of war. On the bravery of the English common 
soldiers. Consld. on the plans for the construction of 
Black Friars bridge. Some thoughts on agriculture, 
nc. and mod. Further thoughts on agric. The 
vision of Theodore, the hermit of Teneriffe. 3, Diss. 
upon the Greek comedy; tr. from Brurnoy. Dedica 
tions. Preface to Payne s Tables of interest . 
Johnson s nos. of the Adventurer. Rasselas. 4, 5, 6. 
The rambler. 7. The idler. 8. Preface to an essay 
on Milton s use and imitation of the moderns in his Para 
dise lost. Letter to Mr. Douglas, occas. by his vindi 
cation of Milton ; by W. Lauder. Review of [3. 
Jenyns ] Free enquiry into the nature and origin of 
evil . The fnlne alarm. Thoughts on the late trans 
actions resp. Falkland s Islands. The patriot; ad 
dressed to the electors of Gr. Britain. Taxation no 
tyranny; an answer to the resolutions and address of 
the American Congress. Journey to the Western Isl 
ands of Scotland. !M1. Lives of English poet*. 12. 
Lives of eminent persons: Sarpi ; Boerhaave; 
Blake; Drake; Barretier; Morin; Rurtnan; 
Sydenham ; Cheynel ; Cave; King of Prussia ; 
Browne; Ascliam. Letters. Prayers. 

Account of the Harleian library, (fn Maittaire, M. 

Catal. biblioth. Harl., v. 1. 1743.) 

Considerations on the corn laws, (fn Hamilton, W. 

G. Part, logic. 1808.) 

Debates in Parliament, 1740-43. London, 1787. 

2 v. 8. 

Dictionary of the English language, abstracted 

from the folio ed. London, 1756. 2 v. 8. 

Content*. Vol. 1. A grammar. Diet., A - I. 
2. L-Z. 

Same. 4th ed. London, 1773. 2 v. f. 

Same. [With] a history of the language and 

an Eng. grammar. London, 1786. 2 v. 4. 

Same. Eclin.. 1797. 8. 

Same. [With add.] 9th ed. London, 1805. 

4 v. 8. 

Same. In miniature ; by J. Hamilton. 3d 

Amer. ed. Boston, 1810. 12. 
A ote. See alto Mason, G. Suppl. to .T. s diet., cor 
recting errors and omissions. N. Y., 1S03. 8 ; and 
Latham, R. G. Dictionary founded on that of S. John 
son, as ed. by H. J. Todd. 2 v. In 4. Lond., 1S66-70. 4*. 

The false alarm. London. 1770. 8. (B 591) 

Idler. (In Harrison s Brit, classics, v. 8. 17S7; and 

Vol. 33-34 of Chalmers, A. Brit. ess. ISOi) 

Irene, (fn Bell s Brit, theatre, v. 25. 1797; and in 

Scott, Sir W. Brit, dr., v. 1, pt. 2. 1S04.) 

Life of Cowley. (fn Cowley, A. Works, v. 1. 1809.) 

Life of Milton, with a critical diss. (fn Milton. J 

Paradise lost, v. 1. 1796.) 




Lives of eminent English poets ; with crit. obs. 

Charlestown, 1810. 2 v. 8. 

Coutrnt. Vol. 1. Cowley. Denhnm. Milton. 
Butler. J. Wllroot, Earl of UocheHter. W. Dillon, 
Earl of Kosrommon. (Hw:iy. Waller. Pomfret. 

C Hackvillo. Karl of Dorset. Stepney. J. Philips. 

Wal.h. Dryden. Edm. Smith. Duke. King. 
Sprat. C. Montague, Earl of Halifax. ParnclT. 
Oartb. Howe. AddUon. Hughe*. J. Sheffield, 
Duke of Buckingham. 2. Prior. Congrcve. 
Blackmore. Fenton. Gay. Granville. Yttlden. 
Tickell. Hammond. Somervtlle. Savage. Bwlft. 

Broome. Pope. Chr. Pitt. Thonifon. WatU. 

A. Philip*. West. Collins. Dyer. 8hen*tone. 

Young. Mallet. Akeiuide. Gray. I.y tilt-tun. 

Lives of the English poets ; and a criticism on 

their works. Dublin, 1779. 8. 
Contrntt. Cowley. Waller. Milton. Butler. 
Dryden. Denhani. Sprat. Koscommon. Roch- 
eater. Talden. Otwny. Duke. Dorset. Hall- 
fax. Stepjiey. Walsh. Garth. King. Philip*. 

Smith. Pomfret. Hughes. 

The patriot; addreaaed to the elector* of Or. Britain. 

London, 1774. 8*. (B 681) 

Poem*, (Sn Anderson, R. Brit, poet*, v. 11. 1795; 

Chalmers, A. Eng. poet*. T. 16. 1810; and in 
Campbell, T. Brit, poet*, T. 6. 1819.) 

Poetical work*; with account of [hi*] life. (In, Poet 

ical work* of Smollett, Johnson, and Golilxniith. 

Preface. (In Beach, J. Calm vindication. 1749.) 

Preface*, biographical and critical. (In Chalmers, A. 

EnglUh poU. 1S10.) 

The rambler; [by S. Johnson], In 4 vols. 

No. 1-208, March 1750- March 1752. Lon 
don, 1786. 8. (Harrison s Brit, classics, v. I.) 
Note. No. 30 was by Mia* C. Talbot; no. 97, 
by S. Richardson ; no*. 44 and 100, by E. Carter. 

Same. (In, Chalmers, A. Brit. e**ayiU, v. 19-22. 


DRAKE, N. Essays, biog., crit., and hist., illust. 

of the Rambler, etc. Lond., 1809-10. 2 v. 12. 

Rasselas. New York, 1841. 32. 

Same. (In Pelham, W. System of notation. 1808.) 

Remark* on the versification of Milton. (In Milton, 

J. Poeticnl works, v. 1. 1801.) 

Sermon, funeral of Mr*. Taylor. (In Taylor, J. Ser 

mon*. 1792.) 

Taxation no tyranny. London, 1775. 8*. (B 381, 706) 

Same. 3d ed. London, 1775. 8. (B 361, 1719) 

German. Schatzung keine Tirauney, nach der 4n 

Auag. (In Remer, J. A. Amer. Archiv., v. 2. 1777.) 

Thoughts on the transactions resp. the Falk 

land s Islands. 2ded. London, 1771. 8. 
Sre alto Adventurer. 

AHSWEB to [his] Taxation no tyranny . London, 

1775. 8". (b 1719) 

BAILLIE, H. Oberv. on [J. ] Taxation no tyranny . 

(In hie Appendix to a letter to Shebbeare. 1775. 


BDRROWES, R. On the stile of 8. Johnson, No. 1. (In 

Roy. Irish Acad. Tran*., v. 1. 1787.) 

CONSTITUTION defended, and pensioner exposed; in 

remarks on the False alarm. Lond., 1770. 8". (B591) 

DEFENCE of the resolutions and address of the Amer 

ican Congresa; reply to Taxation no tyranny . 
London, 1775. 8. (B 632) 

MUDFOHD, W. Critical enquiry into the writ 

ings of S. Johnson. London, 1803. 8. 

NORTHCOTE, T. Reply to Dr. S. Johnson * Taxation 

no tyranny . (In Me Tract* on constit. subject*. 
1775. B 767) 

PAMPHLET, The. entitled Taxation no tyranny con 

sidered. London. [1775], 8. (B 635) 

REMARKS on the Patriot [by 8. Johnson] ; Incl. hints 

reap. American*. London, 1775. 8. (B384) 
RESISTANCE no rebellion; answer to Taxation no 

tyranny . London, 1775. 8. (P 632) 
TYKANNT unmasked ; answer to -Taxation no tyranny . 

London, 1775. 8. (B 363) 

WEBSTER, N. Letter to D. Ramsay [onl errors In 

Johnson * dictionary. Ne w Haven, 187. 12. (C104) 


ALLIBO.NE, S. A. (In hi Critical diet., v. 1. 1858.) 

ANDERSON, R. Life of J. with observ. on his 

works. 3d ed. Edin., 1815. 8. 

AKMITAOE, R. Religious life and death of S. 

Johnson. 2d ed., with add. Lond., 1 85 1. 8. 

Bos WELL, J. Life of J. London, 1791. 2v. 4. 
tame. Boston, 1807. 3 T. 8. 

- Satnf rd., ipfdmrn pagee with Extracts from trie 

Monthly review . n./>., [1807]. 8*. (B 1468) 

- Same. Incl. A tour to the Hebrides. New 

ed. with add. and notes by J. AY. Croker. 

London, 1831. 5 v. 8*. 
Home. Ed. by J. W. Croker. London, 1848. 

10 v. 16. 
Tour to the Hebrides with J. New York, 

1810. 8. 

BROUGHAM. II., Lord. (In Me Men of letter*, T. 2. 


CARLYLE, T. (In Me Heroe* and hero worship. 1841.) 

- BoawelP* Johnson. (In Ma Crit. essays, v. 3. 1840.) 

CART, H. F. (In Me Live* of EnglUh poets. 1840.) 

HAWKINS, Sir J. Life of J. Dublin, 1787. 8. 

MACAULAT. T. B., Lord. (In hie Biographies. 1800.) 
Croker * cd. of Boswell s life of J. (Jn Me Crit. 

essays, v. 2. 1841.) 

PAGE, W. P. Life and writings of J. New 

York, 1847. 2 T. 16. (Harper s farn. lib., v. 
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PIOZZI, H. L. Anecdotesof J. Lond., 1786. 12. 

SCOTT, Sir W. (In hit Lives of the novelists, T. 2. 

1826; and Biog. memoirs, v. 1. 1834.) 

SHAW, W. Memoirs of the life and writings of 

J. London, 1785. 16". 
Johnson, Samuel, </. 1836, and Willis, W. Account of an 

ancient settlement on Sheepscot River. (In Maine 

Hist. Soc. Col., v. 2. 1847.) 
Johnson, Rev. Samuel, b. 1822. The worship of 

Jesus in its pant and present aspects. Boston, 

1868. 12". 
Johnson, Samuel D. The firemen; drama. (In Sargent, 

E. Mod. stand, drama, v. 33.) 
Johnson, Samuel Roosevelt. The Saviour our all; sermon. 

New York, 1835. 8. (B 1295) 
Johnson, Samuel Wni. Peat and its uses. New 

York, 1866. 8. 

Houghlte of Prof. Shepard. (In Amer. Assoc. Proc., 

v. 6. 1852.) 

Rural economy : Pise building ; Buildings in 

general ; Culture of the vine ; Turnpike 
roads. New Brunswick, 1806. 8. 

Johnson, Jfr. Sarah, Funeral ttnnon on. 1774. Set Jen 
nings, N. (B 1851) 

Johnson, Mrs. Susanna (Willard). Narrative of 
[her] captivity, her sufferings during four 
years with the Indians and French ; with ser 
mon at her funeral, by A. Kneeland. 4th ed. 
Lowell, 1834. 16. 

Johnson, Theodore T. Sights in the gold region. 
New York, 1849. 12. 

Johnson, Thomas. Grzecorum epigrammatum et 
pocmatum delectus ; cum verskme. Etona-, 
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Johnson, W. Schools of the art*. (In Amer. lust, of 
Instr. Lcct., 1835.) 

Johnson, W. Education of the reasoning faculties. (In 
Farrar, F. W. Essays on u lib. educ. 1868.) 

Johnson, Walter Rogers. Introduction to Greek ; 
with a key. Boston and Phila., 1829. 12". 

Description of a specimen of engraving by the orijf. 

Inhabitants of N. Amer. ; with a notice of Incident* 
In the history of the early settlers on the went brunch 
of the Susquehanna. (Jn Penn. Hist. Soc, Mini., 
v. 4, pt. 1. 1840.) 

Lecture on the mechanical Industry and Inventive 

genius of America. Jan. 16. Bait., WJ. 8*. (B 1586) 

Linear drawing. (In. Amer. Inst. of Instr. Lcct., 


Observations on the electrical properties of caoutchouc. 

(In Academy of Nat. Sci. Phila. Journ.,v. 6. 183*.) 

Observations on the improvement of seminaries of 

learning In the U. S. Phila., 1825. 8*. (B 552) 

Observations on the relation between rolling and drag 

ging friction. n.t.p. [182.] B . (B 982) 




Recent improvement* In recording magnetic telegraphs. 

(In Amer. Assoc. Proc., v. 1. 1S4V.) Experi 
mental determination* of the vuluca of British 
will American coal*. (In v. -. I860.) Coal forma, 
lion of central North Carolina; Observation* ou 
the gold formation* of Mil., Va., and N. C. ; Sci 
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at London, (In v. 4. 1S.JJ.) 

Report on American coals. Wash., 1844. 8. 

System of natural philosophy on the basis of 

The book of science 1 by J. M. Moffut. 8th 
ed. PhUa., 1842. 12. 

Use of anthracite in the manufacture of iron. 

Boston, 1841. 12. 
Johnson, Win. (Lot. Guilelmu*). Lexicon chymicum. (In 

Mangel, J. J. Biblioth. cbcin., v. 1. 170-2.) 
Johnson, M> Wm M 6. 1715, d. 1774. ACCOUNT of 

conference* and treaties between Sir W. J. and the 

Indian nation* in North America, 1755, 56. London, 

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INDIAN conference* at John*on-IIall, May 1765. (In 

View of the title to Indiana. 1776. B 585. W 84) 

KKTCHLM. W. Sketch of the life of J. (In hit Hist, 

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SIMMS, J. II. Some account of J. (In hit Trappers 

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STOSE, W. L. Life and times of J. Albany, 

1865. 2 v. 8. 
Johnson, Win. Course of experiment* In electricity; with 

lecture* on the nature and propertiea of the electric 

fire. New York. 1765. 8". (C 121) 
Johnson, \Vm., LL.D., b. 1771, d. 1834. Sketches 

of the life and correspondence of Maj. Gen. 

N. Greene. Charlestown, 1822. 2 v. 4". 

Eulogy on T. Jefferson, Aug. 3. Charleston, 1826. 8. 


NugsB Georglcaj; essny to the Literary and Phil. Soc. of 

Charleston, 8. C.. Oct. 14. Charle*., 1815. 4*. (A 65) 

Opinion, arrest of Brit, seaman under Act for refuta 

tion of free persona of colour , ti.t.i/. 1823. 8". (B 

BBXTALA.U, Col. P. Pulaski vindicated from a 
charge in J. s life and corresp. of Greene. 
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review rel. to Count Puluski. Ball., 1826. 8. (B550) 

SPARKS. J. Remark* crit. and hist, in the N. Amer. 

rev. Charleston, 1825. 8. (W 4) 
Johnson, Wm. Cost. Speech ou the rejection of petitions 

for the abolition of slavery, Jan. 25, 27, and 28. 

Wa*h.. 1840. 8. (B 1822) 
Johnson, Win. Lupton. Nature, use, and lawfulness of 

oaths; disc., Oct. 19, 1823. Trenton, 1824. 8*. (W3) 

Another copy. (B1779) 

Sermon : Jesus Christ the only source of rest. (In 

Prot. Episc. pulpit, v. 2. 1832.) 
Johnson, Win. 6umuel. IKVING, J. T. (In hit Discourse. 

1830. B 936) 
Johnson family. HOLGATE, J. B. (In. hit Amer. geneal. 

Johnston, Albert Sydney. SNOW, W. P. (In hit Southern 

generals. 1806.) 

Johnston, Alexander. Some account of the Soc. of the Cin 
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Johnston, Alexander Keith. Atlas to Alison s 

History of Europe*. Edin. and Lond., 1848. 

obi. 8. 

Atlas of the U. 8., etc. 1857. See Rogers, H. D. 

Dictionary of geography, descriptive, physical, 

etc. London, I860. 8. 

Half crown atlas of British history. London, 

[1871]. 12. 

Index geographicus ; a list of places, with their 

latitudes and longitudes. Edin. and Lond., 
1864. 8. 

Physical atlas ; maps and notes illust. the 

geogr. distribution of natural phenomena ; 
with the co-operation of Sir D. Brewster, J. 
D. Forbes, etc. Edin., 1848. f. 

Physical atlas of natural phenomena. New 

and enl. ed. Edin., 1856. f. 
Content*. Geology and orography: J. P. Nichol, A. 
K. Johnston, Sir R. I. Murchison, E. Forbes, U. D. 

Rogers, J. D. Forbes. Hydrography: A. K. John 
ston, II. D. Rogers, J. Scott Russell. Meteorology and 
magnetism : A. K. Johnston, ,vi> D. Brewster, Col. 
Sabiue. Botany: A. Henfrey. Natural history : A. K. 
Johnston, G. U. Wuterhouso, K. Forbes. Ethnology 
and statistic* : U. Kombst, A. K. Johnston. 

Stanford s library map of Asia. Lond., 1862. f. 
Johnston, Arthur. IValmi Davidici Interpr. notisque Illuat., 

[cum vita Jonslonl a W. Benson], See Bible: 
Psalmt : Lot. (p. 279). 

B., H. Life of J. (In Society of Ancient Scots. 

Lives of Scot, poets, v. 2., pt. 3. 1822.) 

Johnston, Bryce. D.D. General view of the agriculture of 
the Co. of Dumfries. London, 1794. 4". (W 76) 

Johnston, Charles. Travels in Southern Abyssinia. 
London, 1844. 2 v. 8. 

Johnston, Christopher. Diatomaceoua earth from Notting 
ham. Calvert Co., Md. (In Amer. Assoc. Proc., 
T. 14. 1861.) 

Johnston, David, D.D. Christians debtors to the heathen 
world: sermon for the benefit of the Edinburgh 
Mins. Soc., July 28. Edin., 17WJ. 8. (B 320) 

Johnston, David Claypole. Scraps for 1830-35, 37. 
Boston, 1830-37. 7 pts. obi. f. 

A otf. For 1837 the title reads Phrenology ex 
emplified . 

Johnston, George, M.D., d. 1855. History of the 
British zoophytes. Edin., 1838. 8. 

Johnson, George, M.D., and Sinclair, E. B. Prac 
tical midwifery. London, 1858. 8. 

Johnston, Henry. Practical observations on urin 
ary gravel and stone; on diseases of the 
bladder and prostrate gland, and on strict 
ures of the urethra. Edin., 1806. 16. 

Johnston, J. W. Speech in the Ho. of Assembly, Mar. 19, 
1850, on resolutions for defining the nature and foun- 
dation of the self-government of Nova Scotia. Hal 
ifax. 1850. 8. (B 1504) 

Johnston, James, Sec. for State of Scotland. Speech, (fa, 
Collection of state tract*, v. 3. 1707.) 

Johnston, James A. Extent and direct cost of the drinking 
system of Scotland. (In Nat. Assoc. Prom. Soc. 
"Sci. Trans., 1806.) 

Johnston, James F. The suspending power, and the writ 
of habeas corpus. Phila., 1862. 8". (B 1724) 

Johnston, James Finlay Weir. Chemistry of com 
mon life. Edin., 1855. 2 v. 12. 

Lectures on agricultural chemistry and geology. 

Pt. 1 : [lect. 1-8J. New York, 1842. 12. 

Same. Lectures [18] in 4 pts. New York, 

1843. 12. 

Notes on North America. Bost., 1851. 2 v. 12. 

Report on the agricult. capabilities of New 

Brunswick. Fredericton, 1850. 8. 
Johnston, Col. John, U.S. Indian agtnt, b. 1775. Account 
of the present state of Indian tribes inhabiting Ohio. 
(In Amer. Antiq. Soc. Archaeol., v. 1. 1820.) 

State of agriculture in Europe. (In New York State 

Agric. Soc. Trans., v. 9. 1850.) 

Johnston, John, 6. 1806. Spontaneous movements in the 
sandstone strata at Portland, Conn. (In Amer 
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Johnston, Joseph Eggleston. SNOW, W. P. (In hit South 
ern generals. 1866.) 

Johnston, Josiati Stoddard. Speech on Foot s resolution 
rel. to public lands. Wash., 1830. 8. (B 1494, 1792) 

Speech on the mission to Panama. Wash., 1826 8" 

(B 1831) 

SKETCH.] (In Longacre, J. B., and Herring, J. Nat, 

portr. gal., v. 1. 183J.) 

Johnston, Robert. History of Scotland during the minor 
ity of James vi. ; tr. by T.Mflddleton]. (In Tracts 
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Johnston, Robert. Four letters to I. Caughey, on the par 
ticipation of the American Methodist Episc. Ch. in 
the sin of American slavery ; three from K.John 
ston and one from U. Allen. Dubl.. 1841. 12. (C257) 

Johnston, Sarah R. BROCKETT, L. P. (In hit Woman s 
work. 1867.) 

Johnston, Thomas. General view of the agriculture of the 
County of Selkirk. London, 1794. 4". (W 77) 

General view of the agriculture of the County of Twee- 

dale. London, 17<J4. 4. (W 77) 

Johnston, W. K. Report on the preparation of food. (/ 
U. S. Commissioner* for Paris jcpot., 1867. Re 
ports, v. 5.) 




Johnston, Win. A geo-hydrographlc survey of Madeira. 

London. 1791. (E 67) 
Johnston, \Vm. England as it is, political, social, 

and industrial. London, 1851. 2 v. 8. 
Johnstone, Chevalier de. Memoirs of the rebellion, 

1745,46; tr. from the French ms. 2d ed. ; 

with add. notes. London, 1821. 8". 

DAVENPORT, R. A. (In Ms Narr.,v. 2. 1840; T. 75 of 

Kara, lib.) 
Johnstone, Abraham. Address to the people of color; 

with bU dying confession. PhiU., 1TU7. 8*. (B 695) 
Johnstone, Charles. Chrysal ; or, The adventures 

of a guinea. Bait., 1816. 4 v. in 2. 12. 

SCOTT, .Sir \V. (In his Lives of the novelists, T. 1. 

1826; and Blog. mem., T. 1. 1834.) 

Johnstons, Adm. George, Gov. of West Florida. 
Speech on the question of recommitting the address 
declaring Mass. In rebellion; also, two letter* of 
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Speech upon Lord Harrington s motion. (In Speeches 

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REED, J. Remarks on GOT. Johnstonc s speech In 

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Johnstone, James, M.I)., b. 1730, d. 1802. Medi 
cal essays. Evesham, 1795. 8. 
Content*. Oangllons-of nerves, their use In the vital 
and other involuntary motions. Pliysiol. and pnlhol. 
obs. on the structure and functions of tin; visceral nerves. 
Case of utigina pectorls, from an unexpected disease of 
heart. Two extraordinary cases of g;ill stones. 
A foetus with Imperfect brain. Appearance of urine 
in putrid diseases. Case of George Lord Lytteltun. 
Account of hepatillM suppurana. Oomery, it. Two 
cases of suppurated liver. Two canes, In a letter to 
Dr. Fothergill. Cases of hydrophobia. Cynanche 
pharyngeu or defect of deglutition, from a straitnlng of 
the tesophugus. Johnstone, John. Essay on mineral 

Johnstone, James and John, engravers. Historical 
and descr, account of Heriot s Hospital. 
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Johnatone, AVr. John. Importance of a proper choice of 
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Sermon before the Society in Scotland for Propagating 

Christian Knowledge, May 31. Edin., 1799. 8". (B 
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Johnstone, John, land surveyor. Account of the 
most approved mode of draining land ; 
according to the system of J. Elkington. 
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Same. London, 1801. 8. 

Johnstone, Mrs. John. Clan-Albin. Edin., 1815. 

4 v. 12". 
Johnstone, John, M.D., d. 1836. Essay on mineral 

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Harveian oration and other remains ; [with a 

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Memoir of S. Purr. (In Parr. S. Works, v. 1. 182S.) 

Keply to J. C. Smyth, on the discovery of the 

power of mineral acid gas in contagion. 
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Johnatone, John B. Ben Bolt. The (tailor of France. 
(lit. Sargent, E. Mod. stand, dr., v. 20.) 

Jack Long; druuna. (No. 100 of De Witt a acting 


Johnstone, Wm. Grosart, and Croall, A. Nature- 
printed British sea- weeds; history of the 
algae of the British Isles. London, 1859-60. 
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Joice, John. TRIAL of J. for rape. (In Knowlton, W. E. 
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Joignenux, Pierre. L Hgriculture. (In Almanacs. Alma- 
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Joinery. MOXON, J. Mechanick exercises applied 
to joinery. 2d ed. Lond., 1694. 4. 

Joint-stock companies. BLACKHAM, J., and HICKEY, 
A. Advice to promoters, subscribers, etc., 
of joint-stock and railway companies. Dub 
lin, 1846. 8. 

GREAT BRITAIN. Registrar of Joint Stock Com 

panies. Return of the names, places where 
business is conducted, etc., of all joint stock 
companies (limited) formed since the act 
18/19 Viet. c. 133, etc. Return of joint stock 
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Viet. c. 91. London, 1862. f. 

HOPE, J. Suggestions as to the establishment of pub 

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Researches cone, certain Xorth American vertebrata. 

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Jones, Merlwcthor. CxLLrjinER, J. T. Conduct of J 

Uichnion.l. 1802. VJ". (C 151) 
Jones, Nuuh. Sermon, on self-recullectlon. (In Bard J 

It. Srnuou*. 1832.) 
Jones, Owen. Examples of Chinese ornament. 

London, 1867. f. 

Apology for the colouring of the Greek Court In the 

Cryul Palace. The Alhumbrn Court described. 
Description of the Egyptian Court In the Crystal 
Palace. (In Crystal Palace Co. Flue art* court 
T. 1. 1854.) 

Colour In the decorative arU. f/n Soc. of Art*. 

Lect.. 1851, 52.) 

Grammar of ornament. London, 1856. f* 

Plan*, elevation*, and detail* of the Alhambra. See 

Geary, J. 

Jones, Peter, Ojibira convert. Hist, of the Ojebway 
Indians ; with mem. of the writer, and introd. 
by G. Osborn. London, 1861. 8. 

Nugwnoolnwn gcnunr/gumounl Igiu anlshlnabcg nnn- 

miHJig; [Chippewa hymns]. Host., 1&16. 12*. (E34) 

Same. With others prepared by J. Evans and 

G. Henry. Boston, 1844. 12. 

Some. New York, 1847. 16. 

Ojlbue nugumouinnn. 1844. See Hall, 8. 

Jones, Poruroy. Annals and recollections of Onei- 
da Co. Rome. 1851. 8. 

Jones, Richard. ARTICLES of agreement between J. [and 
others, forming a joint stuck company for the To 
ledo water works]. London, 1723. 8". (B 899) 

TOLEDO. Sptiin. Articles of agreement between To 

ledo and J. for supplying the inhabitants with 

water. London, 1723. 8". (B 899) 
Jones, Rev. Richard. The memorial of David s piety; 

sermon. South wark, Jan. 1. London. 1783. 8" (B 

1361, 1851) 
Jones, Rev. Richard, Prof, of hist, and pol.econ. at 

E. India Col. Essay on the distribution of 

wealth and sources of taxation. [Part 1 : 

Rent.] London, 1831. 8. 
Jones, Richard Roberts. ROSCOE, W. Memoir 

of J. London, 1822. 8". 
Jones, Robert. The resurrection rescued from the soldiers 

calumnies; two sermons about 1619. (In Phenir, 

v. 2. 1708.) 
Jones. Robert. The hidden hand; drama, adapted from 

Mrs. Sonthworth s novel. (No. 48 of Spencer s 

nnlv. stnge. 1869.) 
Jones, Roger. Diss. med. Inaug. dc motua muscularl 

CHUi-a. Lugd. Bat., 1735. 4". (A 6) 
Jones, Samuel, nf OyiUr Bay. y. Y. Communications on 

Clinton s Historical <iincoiire. 8 pu (ford s, gazetteer, 

the last ed. of revised laws, Smith s History of N. Y., 

etc. (In New York Hist. Soc. Col., v. 3. 1821.) 
Jones, Samuel, of Slockbridye, Mass. Treatise on 

the right of suffrage. Boston, 1842. 16. 
Jones, Sarah L., pseud. } Life in the south ; by a 

blockaded Brit, subject. Loncl., 1863. 2 v. 8. 
Jones, Stephen. Dictionary of the Eng. language. 

7th ed. London, 1802. 12. 

Biog. dramat. 1812. See Baker, D. E. 
Jones, T. Percy, pneud. See Aytouu, W. E. 

Jones, T. W. Traveller s directory. 1804. See Moore, 8. 8. 
Jones, Thomas. Account of the voyage to the East Indies 

under Capt. A. Sharpey, 16o8. (In Harris, J. 

Compleat col. of voy., v. 1. 1705.) 

Brief account of the voy. of the Ascension, 1608. (In 

Green, J. Col. of voy., v. 1, b. 3. 1745.) 

Reixe der Hinimelfithrt. (In Allgemeine Hint.. T. 1. 


Jones, Ret. Thomas, of St. Saviour, Southicark. 
Works ; with a life of the author by W. Ro- 
maine. 3d ed. London, 1774. 8. 

The beauties, of spring; sermon, South wark, May 

1708. Boston. 175<. 8". (B 19) 

- Sermon, visitation of Dr. Thackeray. Sept. 16, 1755, 
South war k. London, 1756. 8. (B 226, 852, 1092) 

Jones, Thomas. M.A., b. 1756, d. 1807. Sermon upon duel 
ling: before the Univ. of Camb., Dec. 11, 1791. 
Camb., 1792. 4. (B 1263) 

Jones, Thomas, of (Houcexttr. Ha**. Dedication sermon, 
Boston, Oct. 16. Boston, 1817. 8. (B 955) 

Sermon, (general convention of Unlvermdlsts, Sept. 

1813, Winchester, N. H. Boston, 1813. 8. (B957) 

Jones, Thomas, Librarian of Chcthatn Library. 
Catalogue of tracts for and against Popery, 
publ. about the reign of James 11., in the 
Manchester Library. Manchester, 1859-65. 
2 T. 4. (Chetham Soc., v. 48, 64.) 

Jones, Thomas II. Experience of J.. s slave for forty-three 
year*. Boston, 1800. 8 . (B1485) 

Jones, Thomas P., J/. D. New conversations on 
chemistry, on the foundation of Mrs. Mar- 
cet s Conversations on chemistry . Phila M 
1836. 12. 

Address, progress of manufacture* and Interns! Im- 

proTctncnt in the U. 8., etc.. Nor. 8. Phila.. 1827 
8*. (B1108) 

Jonea, Thomas Rymer. Aquarian naturalist; man 
ual for the sea side. London, 1858. 12. 

General outline of the animal kingdom, and 

manual of comparative anatomy. London, 
1841. 8. 

.Natural history of animals. Vol. 1. London, 

1845. 8. 

Natural history of birds. London, 1867. 12. 
Jones, Walter. Report, etc. 1824. See Law, T. 

Jones, Walter. Case of the Battalion stated, with an 
expo*, of the ground* upon which C. L. Jones ex 
pected to have the command. Wash., 1847. 8* (B 
1458, 1502) 

Jones, Sir Wm. Vindication of the proceedings of the 
two last parliaments of Charles 11. (In State 
tracts. 1689.) 

Jones, Sir Wm., d. 1794. Works. London, 1799. 

6 v. 4. 

Content*. Vol. 1. Discourse, meeting of Ailatick 
Boc., Calcutta, 1794; by Sir J. Shore. Discourse on 
the institution of a BOC. for the history, etc., of Asia. 
Annlv. discourses before Aslatlck Soc., 1785-94. Or. 
thography of Aslatick words In Roman letters. Gods 
of Greece, Italy, and India. Chronology of the Illn. 
dus. Supplement to essay on Indian chronology. 
Koto to Vanslttart * paper on the Afghans being de 
scended from the Jews. Antiquity of Indian zodiac. 

Literature of the Hindus, from the Sanscrit. On 
the second classical book of the Chinese. Lunar year 
of the Hindus. Musical modes of the Hindus. Mys 
tical poetry of the Persian* and Hindus. OIts<6Vliul; 
or. The song of Jayadeva. On the Island of Hinzuan, 
or Johanna. Conversation with Abrnm, an Abyssinian, 
cone, the city of Owender, and sources of the Nile. 
Course of the Nile. On the Indian game of chess. 
An Indian grant of land, found at Tanna. Inscrip 
tions on the staff of Firiiz Shah. The baya; or, In 
dian gross-beak. The pangolin of Bahar. The 
loris, or slow-paced lemur. Cure of the elephantiasis, 
and other disorders of the blood. 2. Plants of India, 
spikenard of the ancients, etc. Grammar of Persian. 

Poeseos Aslatlcte commentariorum libri stihj. Hmon 
scu mlsccllaneorum liber. 3. Charges to the grand 
jury, Calcutta. 1783-W. Correspondence with the 
government of Fort William, etc. Institutes of Hindu 
law; or. Ordinances of Menu, according to the gloss of 
Calluca. Mahomcdan law of succession to property of 
intestates. Al sira jlyyah; or. Mohammedan law of 
Inheritance. 4. Speeches of Isaeus in causes cone, the 
law of succession to property at Athens. Fragments 
of Isaeus. Notes and commentary on IK.-IMM. Moal- 
Inkat; or. Seven Arabian poems suspended on the tem 
ple at Mecca. Poems, chiefly tr. from Aslatlck Ian. 
guages. Essay on the poetry of Eastern nations. 
Efsay on the arts called Imitative. Muse recalled ; an 
ode. Odes in Imitation of Alcasus and CslNstrstU*. 
Principles of government. Character of John Ld. 
Ashburton. Ad libortatcm carmen. Lettre a M. 
A... du P.... dans Inqncllc est comprls I Exam. de sa 
tr. dcs livres attrib. a Zoronstre. 5. L hlstofre <1c 
Nader Chah. Notes a I hlst. de Nader Chah. Traito 
sur la poesle oricutale. Introd. to Hist, of life of 
Nader Shah. 6. Hit6padesa of Vishnusarman. 
Enchanted fruit; or. The Hindu wife. Bacon talu; or, 
The fatal ring. Hymn to Camdeo. Two hymns to 
Pracriti. Extracts from the Vcdas. Es.-y on the 
law of bailments. Enquiry Into legal modes of sup- 
pressing riots. Speech, Muy 28, 1782. Letter, com. 
plan of national defence. 

Description of Asia. Short hUtory of Persia. 

Essay on Aslatlck poetry and the hi-tory of the 
Persian language, (/it Muhammad Mahadi A /tun. 
JJirza. HUt. of Nader Shah. 1773.) 




Grammar of the Persian language. London, 

1775. 4. 

Letter* to 8. Davis. 1785-04. (In Roy. Astatic Soc. 

Trans., v. 1. 1827.) 

Ode In Imitation of Alcteus. [London?, 17 ?1 8*. 


Poem*, (In Chalmers. A. Eng. poeu, T. 18. 1810; 

and in Campbell, T. Brit. poets, v. 7. 1819.) 

Various article*.] (In Sorieys, A. Bibl. scad., v. 1, 

3,10. 11. 1810-11.) 

truHitator. Sf ISSPUS ; Menu. 

GARY, II. F. (In Ai Liven of Eiig. port*. 1846.) 

HATLET. W. Elegy on the death of J. London. 

1795. 4*. (A 45^ 

LIFE. (In Soc. Diff. Usef. Knowl. Dialing, men of 

mod. time*, v. 4. 1838. v. 40 of Lib. of ent. know!.; 
ami v. 2. [1840]. v. 124 of Harper s fam. lib.) 

REVIEW of J. s Persian grammar. (In Critical re 

searches. 1824.) 

KOSCOK, II. (In hi* Live* of eminent lawyers. v. 2. 

183a, v. Ifl of Lnnlner. Cab. oyc.; and v. 2. 1S41.) 

SHORE, J., Lord Teiynmouth. Memoirs of J. 

Phila., 180.5. 8. 

Jones, Win., r*. Shipley, W. D. BLANCH ARD, W. Whole 
proceedings at Shrewsbury, Aug. 6, on the prosecu 
tion for libel. London, 1784. r. (E 51) 

Jones, Wm. Letter to the Bp. of Clogher on hi* Essay on 
spirit ; alo. letter to John. E:rl of Orrery, [on his] 
character of Swift * Sermon on the Trinity . Lon 
don, 1752. 8*. (B 1369) 

Joes, Win., M.A., Popular commotions considered 
as signs, etc.; sermon, Canterbury, with occaa. 
preface. London, 1780. 4*. (A 59) 

Jones, Wm., of Xayland, rf. 1800. Catholic doctrine 
of a Trinity proved. 7th ed. Lond.,1802. 12. 

Same. 10th ed. London, 1820. 12. 

Confederation* on the worship of the heathens. Lon 

don, 1799. 8 s . (B 1862) 

Essay on the Church. Phila., 1827. 18 s . (C 235) 

Tracts on the Church. Oxford, 1850. 24. 
Jones, Wm., ttudent of fftirv. Cnll., d. 1813. Topogr. de 
scription of Concord. (In Moos. Hist. Soc. Col., 
T. 1. 1792.) 

Jones, Wm.,6. 1760. d. 1831. Memoir on leaden cartridges. 
(In Amer. Phil. Soc. Tran*.. n.., v. 1. 1818.) 

Reflections on the perils and difficulties of winter nav 

igation of the Delaware. Phila., 1822. 8 (B 1108) 

Reflections on the proponed breakwater at Cape lien- 

lopen. Phila., 1825. 8". (B 1108) 
Jones, A\ m., surgeon. Ca*c of hremoptysla. (fn Mass. 

Med. Soc. Mod. corom., v. 1. 18US.) 
Jones, Wm. D. Mirror of modern democracy; a 

history of the Democratic party, 1825-61. 

New York, 1864. 12. 
Jones, Wm.Todd. Letter to the United Irishmen 

of Belfast on the restoration of Catholic 

rights. 3d ed. Dublin, 1792. 8. 

Another copy. (O155) 

Letter to the electors of the borough of Llsburn. 

Dublin, 1784. 8". (W 29) 
Jones, txirqiif. UPUAM, N. O. Opinion. London, 1854. 

8. (B1437) 
Jones s Eddy on the Keunebec. GARDINER, R. H. (In 

Maine Hist. Soc. Col., v. 4. 1856.) 
Jong, J. de. Alphabetische naamlijst van boeken 

welke 1790-1831 in Xoord-Xederland zijn 

uitgekoraen. Oravenh. en Amst., 1832-35. 

2 T. 4. 

Content*. Vol. 1. A. - Overberg. 2. Over- 
berg - Z, en Suppl. 

Aotf. For preceding vol*. *tt Abkoade, J. 
van; for continuation aef Brinkman, C. L. 
Jongh, Jabobus de. Het levenderNc-derl.iiidxche en eenige 

Hoogduitachc Schilders. 17*4. Sff Mander, C. v. 
Jongh, L. J. de. Cod liver oil; causes of lu frequent In- 

efficacy, ttc. New York. 1855. 8". (B 1552) 
Jonghe, Adriaan de. Sff Junius, A. 
Jongleurs. Set Troaveres. 

Jonndi, Alexander Morvau de. Sff Moreau de Jonnes, A. 
Jonsios or Jonsenius, Johannes. De SpartU. (In Gravius, 

J. O. Syntagma. 1702.) 

Jonson, or Johnson, Ben. Workes. London, 1640. 

2 v. 8. 

Content*. Vol. 1. Every man In his humor. Every 
man out of hi* humor. Cynthia s revells. Poetaster. 
Sejanus. The fox. Silent woman. The alchymist. 
Catiline. Epigranimes. The, forrest. Enter 

tainments. Panesryre. Masque*. 2. Bartholomew 
fayre. Staple of newcs. The divell an a*st>. 
Horace, hU art of poetrle. English grammar. Tim 
ber, or Discoveries. Marques. Under-wood*. 
Mortimer, his fall. Mngnctick lady. Tale of a tub. 

The sad shepherd. 

Works. London, 1756. 7 v. 8. 

Content*. Vol. 1. Every man In his humour. 
Every m:m out of his humour. Cynthia s revels. 2. 
Poetaster. Si janus, his fall. Volpone; or, The fox. 
Eplcoene; or. The silent woman. 3. The alchymist. 
Catiline, his conspiracy. Bartholomew fair. 4. The 
devil Is an ass. Staple of news. The new inn. The 
magnetic lady. 5. Tnleof a tub. The sail shepherd. 

Mortimers fall. Entertainments. Speeches. 
Masque* at court. 6. Masque* at court. Epigrams. 

The forest. Underwoods. 7. Underwood*. 
Timber, or Discoveries. Horace; or. The art of poetry. 

English grammar. Leges convivales; rules for the 
tavern academy. The case is altered. 

Works ; ed. by W. Gifford. London, 1816. 

9 v. 8. 

Content*. Vol. 1. Memoirs. Every man in his 
humour. 2. Every man out of his humour. Cyn 
thia s revel*. Poetaster. 3. Sejanus. Volpone; or, 
The fox. Eplcoene; or, The silent woman. 4. Al 
chemist. Catiline. Bartholomew fiiir. 5. Devil is 
an ass. Staple of news. The new inn. 6. Mag 
netic lady. Tale of a tub. Sad shepherd. Case is 
altered. Entertainments. 7. Masques at court. 8. 
Masques. Epigrams. Underwood.*. 9. Under 
woods. Translations. Discoveries. English gram 
mar. Jonsonus Virbitis. 

Alchymist. (In Bell s Brit, theatre, v. 1. 1795; 

and in Scott, Sir W. British drama, v. 2. pt. 1. 

Ben Jonson [le serie: Volpone, Epicene, L al- 

chiraiste] ; tr. par E. Lafond ; prec. d une 
notice. Paris, 1863. 8. 

The case I* altered. Poetac ter. Sejanus. The 

sad shepherd. Catiline. The new inn. The al. 
chemist. Volpone. (In. Lamb, C. Specimen of 
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Eastward hoe. Sff Chapman. G. 

Everyman In hi humour. (In Bell s Brit, theatre. 

v. 4. 1797; anil in Scott, Sir W. Brit. dr.. v. 2, 
pt. 1. 1804.) 

Poems. (In Anderson, R. Brit, poets, v. 4. 1795; 

Chalmers, A. Eng. poets, v. 5. 1810; and in 
Campbell, T. Brit, poets, v. 3. 1819.) 

Poetical works ; ed. by R. Bell. London, 

1856. 16. 

The tobacconist; a farce. (In London stage, v. 2.) 

ami otfifr*. The widow. (In Scott, Sir W. Anc. 

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ACXTIN. W. 8. (In Hi* PoeU-laureate. IS .VI.) 

COLERIDGE, S. T. Notes on J. (In AM Literary re- 

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D IsRAELi. I. (In hi* Quarrels of auth.. v. 2. 1814.) 

DRUMMOND, W. Notes of Johnson s conver 

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DfjmAM. S. A. (In hi* Lives of lit. men of Or. Brit., 

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GILCIIRIST, O. Examinntion of the ch.-irges main 

tained by Malone, Chalmers, and others of John 
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See. for a description and analysis of many of .Ton- 
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Jonston, Jan. Histoire naturelle des oiseaux ; tr. 

du latin ; augm. Paris, 1773-74. 2 v. f. 
Content*. Vol. 1. HUtoire ties olseatix de la Mena 
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ston, J. Hlstoire. etc. 

A otf. The plates form a separate volume, with the 
title, -Collection des oiseaux, ett: Paris , n.J. f". 

Historise naturalis de avibus libri vi. Amst., 

1657. f. 

Same. De exanguibus aquaticis libri iv. 

Amst., 1665. f. 

Same. De insectis libri in, de serpentibus et 

draconibus libri n. Amst., 16o7. f. 

Same. De piscibus et cetis libri v. Amst., 

1657. P. 




Same. De quadrupedibus. Amst., 1657. f. 

Same. De Berpentibus libri n. Amst., 1665. f. 

De f i- nils Orieoorum. (In Gronovius, J. The*. Gr. 

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NICEKOM.J. P. (/n hit Mem., T. 41. mo.) 
Toplin, Thomas. Analysis and history of the cur 
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Essay on the general principles and present 

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Same, (fn Pamphleteer. 1824; v. 24 of B 838) 
Jopling, Joseph. Designs fur agricultural buildings. Set 

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JorxLan, Ctunille. A tea commetUtns sur la revolution da 

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Jorlin, EtigcibcrU Plant tinctoriae. (In Linnasus, C. 
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Jornandes or Jordanes or Jordan!*, Bp. of Ravenna. De 
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Remark* on Virgil. (In Virgilim. Ml.cel. Virgil- 

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Tracts philological, critical, and miscellaneous. 

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Josaphat, Thai. (In Sitnrock, K. Deutuchen Volksbdcher, 

T. 11 1866.) 
Jo**, Poema de. (In Sanchez, T. A. PocUs, etc. 1864; 

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Josef de la* mnjteif *. Kl ; por P. Caldcron dc In BATCH. (In 

Ochoa, K. de. Tes.del teatro cup., v. 3. 1838.) 
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VALDIVIELMO. J. dr. Vida y muertn <lc San Jooef. 

e*poaa de nuetr Sefiora. (In Rosell, C. Poem us 
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Joseph, ton Of J<u.ol>. Ioropi rift 

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Joseph ii. t Roman Emperor. J. und Kntharina von 

Ruasland, ihr Briefwechsel ; hrsg. Ton A. 
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Letters on various subjects; tr. (In Pamphleteer, 

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Maria Theresia und J., ihre Corrcspondenz 

sammt Briefen Joseph s an seinen Brudcr 
Leopold; hrsg. Ton. A. Ton Arneth; 1761- 
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Marie Antoinette, J., und Leopold n. ; ihr 

Briefwechsel ; hrsg. Ton A. Ton Arneth. 
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Recueil de lettres originales de J. au gen. 

d Alton, 1787-89. Londres, 1790. 12. 

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BBOUGIIAM, II., Ld. (fn M Statesmen, ser. 1. 1839.) 

QARRISOX, G. (In Revue d. D. Mondes, nov. 1846.) 
Joseph n. and his court ; by C. Mundt, tr. by A. 

De V. Chaudron. Mobile, 1864. 4 T. 8. 

Same. New York, 1869. 8. 

Joseph, King of Portugal. OLFERS. J. F. M. von. Uebcr 

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Joseph [Bonaparte], King of Spain. Confidential 

correspondence with Napoleon. New York, 

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Memoires et conrespondance politique et mili- 

taire ; pub. par A. Du Casse. Paris, 1853- 
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Joseph of Arimathie ; the romance of the Scint 

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Joseph Ben Gorion, orGorionides, pseud. Josippon, 
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Joseph Ben Joshua Ben Meir, the Sphardi. Chron 
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Joseph da Pariflcac,ao. Sertnao dc nossa Senhora das 
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Joseph de 8. Maria Magdalena. Serin ao nas honras fune- 
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Joeeph Delgarto. Sennam, 6 de Mayo, na ocoa.sinO qnc na 
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Joseph Emanael, Kiny of Purtuyal. PERERIA FIOLERE- 
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Joseph Francis Xavier, Prince of Brim. DISCCKSO em 
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Josephine, Marie Hose Tascher de la Pagerie, Em- 
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Content*. Autiq. Judaicarura librl XX. 8. Oelenlo 
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Opera ; [Gr. et Lat.l ; recensuit nova versione 

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Opera, [Gr. et Lat.J ; ed. G. Dindorf ; ace. 

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Contents. Vol. 1. Antiquities, I.-TIH. 2. Antiq., 
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vindicated; Cone. God s command to Abraham to 
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a. M M 1588. 8. 

De bello Judaico. Contra Apionem. De 

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Extracts from his voyage. (In Maine Hist. Soc. Col., 

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Content*. Vol.1. 1 aliistina und die Israeliten in und 
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4. Die Juden im rom. Keiche, 137-4:JO. Die babylon. 
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5. West Europa bis zum 7n Jahrh. Die Juden im 
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6. Die Juden im Morgcn- und Abendl.inde, Ci5o-lu37. 
Die spanischen Juden unter den Arabern, luO()-li40. 
Die Juden in Frankreich uml in den chri.-tl. Ueiehen 
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Journal of education, American. Ste American journal 
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Journal of medical science, Dublin. Set Dublin journal 

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Journal of medicine and anrgery, New England. See New 

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5 v. 4. 

Same. New series. London, 1802-13. 36 

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Journal of the American Temperance Union. Vol. 
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Journal of the expedition to Carthageua, with 
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Journal of the Franklin Institute. Vol. 3-26. 

Phila., 1829-40. 24 v. 8. 
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Same. 3d ser. Phila., 1841-75. 70 v. 8. 
Journal of the medical science*, American. See American 


Journal of the medical sciences, Philadelphia. See Phila 
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Journal of the ministry at large ; ed. by C. F. Bar 
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Infonne sobre el estab. de un monte-pio in Scvilla. 
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New description of the pictures, etc., at the Enrl of 

Pembroke s house, at Wilton. Salisbury. 1757. 8 

Samr. Salisbury. 1763. 8*. (B 696) 

Kennedy, James, M.I)., d. 1827. Conversations on 
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History of contagious cholera. Lond., 1831. 8. 
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Kennedy, John, Hector of Bradley. Complete sys 
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Address before the Maryland Institute for the Promo 

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Dloeourse, Baltimore, on the life and character of Wm. 

Wilt. Bait., 1834. 8*. (B 1228) 

Discourse on G. Calvert before the Md. Hist. Soc., 

Dec. 9. Bait , 1845. 8 . (B 1608) 

Horse-shoe Robinson. Phila., 1835. 2 v. 12. 

Same. Rev. ed. New York, 1852. 12". 

Letter on the principles and value of the protective 

system. "Wash., 1842. 8*. (B 1174) 

Memoirs of Wm. Wirt. Phila., 1849. 2 v. 8. 

Mr. Ambrose s letters on the rebellion. New 

York, 1865. 16. 

Quodlibet ; cont. some annals thereof, by Solo 

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Calvert, Apr. Ball., 1846. 8*. (B 1608) 




Rob of the Bowl ; a lepend of St. luigoc s. Rev. 

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Some pni-KML c* lu the life of W. Thorn. ./>., 1848. 

V.T. (C 256) 

Sperrh on thu ntincxatlon of Texss, Jan. 11., 

1S45. 8*. (B 1510) 

Shallow Barn, or a sojourn in the Old Domin 

ion. New York, 1851. 12. 

To the mechanic*, manufacturer*, and working men of 

Baltimore. Bait.. 1845. 8*. (B 1514) 

TvcKEKMAN, II. T. Life of K. New York, 

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Kennedy, John Pitt. Instruct, employ, don t hang 
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Kennedy, Morgan C. Vloletta ; or, I m thinking of n flower ; 
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Kennedy, Patrick, E*q. Answer to Pnlue s letter to Wash 
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fame. 3<1 ed. London. 1797. 8*. (B 619) 

Same. Phil*.. 179. 8*. (W 60) 

Journal up the IlllnoU. and a lint of the different tribes 

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Kennedy, Patrick. Legendary fictions of the Irish 

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Kennedy, Qulntine, Altot o/ Cronragurll. Ane eompen- 

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Kennedy. Thou. I)i*. med. de nutritione foetus. Lugd 

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Kennedy, Lieut. Col. Vans. Nature and affinity of 

ancient and Hindu mythology. London, 

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Kennedy, Ret. \V. ,T. The conscience clause. (In Nat. 

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Kennedy, Wm. Texas, its geography, nat. hist., 
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Kennee-Voo ; or, The sacking of Allaroonah ; by 

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Lives and characters of the ancient Greek poets. 

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Kennet or Kennett, White, Bp. of Peterborough. 
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Character of the late King James, In his preface to an 

address of th.-inks. 1706. -^ The French favourites. 
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some libeU written by Rev. G. Ilickee. 2d ed. 
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3d letter to the Bp. of Carlisle on Bp. Merks, etc. 

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Pamphlet showing how easily the wand of n musician 

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King, Peter, 1th Baron King. Life of J. Locke, with 
extracts from his correspondence, etc. Lon 
don, 1829. 4. 

Selection from the speeches and writings of K. 

London. 1844. 8. 

Content*. Memoir by Earl Forteecue. Miscellane 

ous note*. Hints, 1820. Extract of a journal kept 
three or four weeks. The corn laws. Thoughts on 
the effect* of the bank restriction?. Thoughts on the 
catholic question. Speeches. 

Thoughts on the restriction jof payments in 

specie at the banks of England and Ireland. 
London, [18031. 8. 

Same. London, 1804. 8T. (B 721) 

BHOIGHAM, H., Ld. (In. A* Statesmen, ser. 2. 1830.) 
King, Capt . Philip Purkcr. Narrative of a survey 

of the inter- tropical coasts of Australia, 
1818-22. London, 1827. 2 v. 8. 

Same. (In Montemont, A. Bibiloth., T. 21. 1834.) 

and other*. Narrative of the surveying voy 

ages of H. M. &. Adventure and Beagle, 
1826-36. London, 1839. 3 v. in 4. 8. 
Cont,ntx. Vol.1. King. Cttpt. P. P. Proceedings of 

1st ex ied. , 1825-30. 2. an. I A ppendi x . Fi tz-Roy. Cnpt. 

R. Proc. of 2.1 expcd.. 1831-3*. 2 v. 3. Darwin, C. 

Journal and remarks, 1832-36. 

King, Rr*. Richard, Rector of Worthing, ShropiiMrt. b. 
1749, <f. 1810. DUcouree on the Inspiration of the 
Scriptures. London, 1806. 8*. (B267) 

Thanksgiving sermon, recovery of K. George in *t 

Forres, Apr. 23, 178*. London, 17W7. 8*. (B 226) 
King, Richard. Narrative of a journey to the 
shores of the Arctic Ocean in 1833-35, under 
Capt. Bnck. London, 1836. 2 v. 12. 
King, Richard John. Handbook to the cathedrals 

of England. London, 186 1-69. 6 v. 8". 
Cnntenit. Southern tlie. Vol. 1. Winchester. 
Salisbury. Exeter. Well*. 2. Chlcheoter. Can 
terbury. Rochester. Eu-tern die. Oxford. PC. 
terborough. Norwich. Ely. Lincoln. ">fern 
die. Bristol. Gloucester. Hereford. Worcester. 

Llchfield. yortftem (lit. Vol. 1. York. Uipon 
Carlisle. 2. Durham. Chester. Manchester. 

Carlovlngian romance. (In Oxford essays, ISoo.) 
King, Robert, Earl of Kinytton. Antiquities of 

Mexico; fac-similes of anc. Mexican paint 
ings and hieroglyphics, with Monument* of 
New Spain, by Dupaix ; illust. by mss. by 
A. Aglio. London, 1830-48. 9 v. f* 
Content*. Vol.1. Copy of the col. of Mendoza, In 
the Bodleian Lib. - Copy of the Codex Tcllerlano- 
Remenals, In the Royal Lib., Paris. Fac-simile of a 
Mexican hieroglyphic painting, from the col. of Botu- 
rinl. Fac-simlleof nn orig. Mexican painting, In tho 
Bodleian Library. Fac-similc of a Mexican painting 
in the Bodleian Lib. Fac-simile of a Mexican hiero 
glyphic painting, Bodleian Lib. 2. Copy of a Mexi 
can ms., In the library of the Vatican. Fac-simile of 
a Mexican painting given to the Univ. of Oxford by 
Arbp. Laud. Bodleian Lib. Fac-simile of a Mexican 
painting in the Institute at Bologna. Painting In the 
Imperial Lib. at Vienna. Painting* deposited In the 
Royal Library at Berlin by Humboldt, and a bas-rcllcf 
In the Royal Cabinet of Antiques. 3. Painting, In the 
Borglan Museum, at the College of the Propaganda In 
Rome. Painting In the Royal Lib. at Dresden. 
Painting in the possession of M. de Fezewdry, at Pess 
in Hungary. Painting In the library of the Vatican. 
4. Monuments of New Spain, by Dupaix. Speci 
mens of sculpture, In the po*sei<lon of Latour Alfnrd, 
Paris. Specimens of sculpture In the British Museum. 

Plates copied from the Giro del mondo of Gemclll 
Carurl ; with an engraving of a Mexican cycle, from a 

painting formerly in the possession of Boturinl. 

Specimen of Peruvian quipus, with plates representing 
a carved Peruvian box cont. a col. of supposed Peruvian 
quipus. 3. Extralt de Pouvrago de M. de Humboldt 
sur les monuments do PAmeriquc. E*pllcacion dc In 
collection de Mendoza. Explication del Codex Telle* 
riano-Remensls. Codlce mexicntio cho si conservn- 
nella Bibllotcca Vaticana. Vinges de G. Dupaix 
sobre las antlgOcdades mejicnnas y americanas. 
De la rctorlca y fllosofia, moral y telogla, de la gente 
Mexican a, por B. de Sahagun. 6. Appendix : 
Interpretation of the hieroglyphic painting* of the 
collection of Mendoza. Explanation of the hiero- 
glyphicnl paintings of the Codex Tellerinno-Kcmenftlo. 

Translation of the explanation of the Mexican paint 
ings of the Codex Vaticanus. Monument* of New 
Spain, by Dupaix. Notes. 7. Historln unlv. dc las 
cosas dc Nueva Enpuiia. por R. de Sahagun. 8. Stippl. 
notes, contin. of those [in] the 6th vol. Snppl. extracts 
from Spanish authors. Ills tor)- of the >. Amer. In 
dians, their customs, etc.. by J. Adair. Cartas inedl- 
tns de Cortes. 9. Cronica mexicnn.i de F. do Alvarado 
Terozomoc. Historia chichimoca por F. de Alvn Ir- Alva IxtUlxochitl. 

Rltos antlguos. sacriAclos e idolatrlas de IOH Indios 
de la Nueva Espnnu y de su conversion a la. Kc y 
quienes fueron los que primero la predicaron. 

King, Rufus. Letter to Gov. Bnwdoin, on the rcvivaj of 
tho Newfoundland bill, May 18, 1786;. Letter to 1C. 
Gerry, on tho territory of the U. States north w<--t 
of the Ohio, (/n Mass. Hist. Soc. Proc.. ls ( ;f,-7 ) 

Speech on the navigation act. N. Y.. 1818. 8*. (B 456) 

Speech on the navigation act. Remarks on the Mis 

souri bill. (In Moore, F. Amer. eloq., v. 2. 1864.) 

Substance for two speeches on tho Missouri bill. Now 

York. 1819. 8*. (B 527) 

CONSIDERATION In favour of the appointment of R. 

King to the Senate of the U. 8. by M. Van Bunsn. 
n.p., [1819]. 8*. (B533) 

H., -T. Kufn- Klnij. (In Longacre. .T. B.. ami Her 

ring. J. Nat. portr. ir:il., v. :i. l<m.) 

King, Samuel. Hand of tin- L -rd upon the rattle; sermon. 
Northampton, l>tc. 7, 174>. Lond., 1730. 8*. (B 74) 




King, Samuel W., Cot. of R. T. Cowr.r.L. B. Letter to 8. 

W. King. 2d ed. [i rov., 1542.] 8". (A 70) 
King, Hen. Samuel Wm. Italian valleys of the 

Pennine Alp*, tour through the valley of 

northern Piedmont. London, 1858. 8. 
King, T. Lover s quarrels; or." Like master like man ; nn 

interlude, altered from the Mistake of Sir J. Vau- 

burgli. (In London stage, v. :s.) 
King, Thomas Butler. California the wonder of 

the age; report. New York, 18-50. 8. 

Another copy. (B 1600) 

8pct-ch on the bill addit. to the act on treaaury notes, 

Mar. IS, 1840. n.t.ft. 8. (B 1497, 1817) 

WIIECLF.R, II. O. (In hii Hint, ofCongrcs*. v. 2. 1848.) 
King, Keo. Thomas F. The Lord s supper, sermon, Ports- 

mouth, N. H. Portsmouth, 18ii. 8". (C 199) 
King, Thomas II. The study-book of mediieval 

architecture and art. London, 1868. 4 v. 4". 
King, Thomas Starr. Patriotism and other papers. 

Boston, 1864. 12". 

Introd. Biog. sketch by R. Frothlnghatn. 

Patriotism. Washington, or, Greatness. Beauty 
and religion. Great principle* and small duties. 
Plato s view* of immortality. Thought* and thing*. 

True greatness. Indirect influences. Life more 
than meat. Inward resource*. Natural nnd spiritual 
providence. Philosophy and theology. Nature and 
revealed religion. The idea of God and the truths of 
Christianity. The harmony of opposite qualities in 
the Saviour * character and teachings. Chief appeal 
of religion. 

Death of Webster; sermon, Oct. 31. 2J cd. Boston, 

1832. 8*. (B 1726) 

Losses and gains of a church; sermon, death of D. 

Weld. Boston, 1852. 8. (B 1227, 1247) 

The railroad jubilee; two discourses. Boston, ISol. 

9". (B1295) 

Sermon, installation of C. Bradlee, Camb., Dec. 11, 

1864. Boston, 1855. 8 . (B 1320) 

Short review of E. Beecher s Conflict of ages . 

Boston, 1854. 8. 

A ote. From the TJnir. quarterly. Jan. 1854. 

Spiritual Christianity, (fn Pitts Street chapel lec 

tures. 1838.) 

Trinltarianlsm not the doctrine of the New Testament; 

two lecture*, (fn Walker, J. P. New discussion 
of the Trinity. 1S70.) 

White Hills, their legends, landscape, and po 

etry. Boston, 1860. 8. 

Some. Boston, 1871. 8. 

ADAMS, N. God is love; a supplement to Reason 

ableness of future endless punishment ; with a brief 
notice of K. s reply. Boston, 1858. 12". (B 1282) 

BARTOL, C. A. The unspotted life; disc, in memory 

of K , Mar. 6. Boston, 1861. 3*. (B 1540) 

FKOTHINGHAM, R. Tribute to T. S. King. Bos 

ton, 1865. 16. 

I* memoriam. n.p., [1864]. 8*. (B 1639) 

King, W. K. Life of II. R. W. Hill, (fn Hunt, F. Lives 

of Amer. merchants, v. 2. 1858.) 
King, Walter. Farewell discourse, Chelsea. New York, 

1811. 8. (B 1295) 

Two sermons, Apr. 19, public fast, nnd April 23. 

London, 1793. 4". (B 1258) 

and others. Circular letters cont. nn invitation to 

unite in the execution of the humble attempt of 

Pres. Edwards. Concord, 17aS. 8. (B 663, 1359) 
King, William, Capt. Voyage to Bay of Mexico, 15-J2. (fn 

Hakluyt, H. Col. of voy., v. 4. 1811.) 
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of the Protestants in Ireland under King 

James, London, 1692.] 8. 

Same. London, 1745. 8*. (B 579) 

Discourse cone, the inventions of men In the worship 

of God. 5th ed. London. 1712. 4. (B 15) 

COLLINS, A. Vindication of the divine attributes; 

remarks on [K. s] Divine predestination . London, 
1710. 8*. (B 33) 

DEFENCE of Dr. Clarke s demonstration of the 

being and attributes of God ; an answer to 
[E. Law s] translation of K. s Origin of 
evil . London, 1732. 8. 

- Second defence. London, n.d. 8. 

KDWARDS.J. Divine perfections vindicated; on [K. s] 

Divine predestination . London, 1710. 8". (C 229j 

EPISTOLA objurgatoria ad K. Londini, 1744. 8". (B 


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works; ed. by J. Nichols. London, 177G. 
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Content*. Vol. 1. Memoir. Reflections upon Va- 
rilliis s History of herei-y. Animadversions on a pre 
tended Account of Denmark, [liy Vise. K. Molesworih]. 

Dialogues of the dead. Journey to London, 16ns. 

Remarks on the tale of a tub. Letter to the author 
of a book. Battle royal. Adversaria. 2. Trans- 
actioneer. Useful transactions in philosophy and 
othersortsof learning. Vindication of II. Sachevercll. 

"Bisst-t s recantation. Answer to a second scanda 
lous book. Two letters from Tom Boggy to tlio Canon 
of Windsor. Itutinu*. Es*ay on civil government. 

Life of Wm.. Earl of Flanders. Analogy between 
physicians, cooks, and playwrights. 3. Useful mis 
cellanies. Art of cookery. "Art of love. Poems. 

Letter to a friend on love, marriage. rt<-. Pindaric 
ode to the memory of Dr. King. Crapulia. Dedica 
tions. Index. 

Miscellanies in prose and verse. Lond., n.d. 8. 

Content*. Animadversions on a pretended Account of 
Danmark ; [by Molesworlh]. Journey to Lond., 16 J-S. 

The furmetary; a very innocent poem. Two letters 
to C. Boyle. Dialogues of the dead rel. to the present 
controverslc cone, the Epistle of I halaris. Mullej of 
Mountown ; a poem. Orpheus and Euriilice. Answer 
to A letter to the Rev. Dr. South , upon occasion of a 
late book Animadversions upon Dr. Sherlock s book in 
vindication of the Trinity . Reflections upon Varillas, 
his history of heresie os far as relates to English mat 
ters. Dialogue shewing the way to modern preferment. 

Miscellany poems. 

Poems, (fn Anderson, R. Brit, poets, v. 6. 1795; 

Johnson, S. Works, v. 10. ISOti; an</ Ai* English 
poets, v. 1. 1S10; and in Chalmers, A. English 
ports, v. 9. 1810.) 

Useful transactions, cont. a voyage to the Island of 

Caj.tra.ii. London. [1709]. 8*. (B 646) 
King, Wm., LL.D., principal of >Y. Mary s Hall, 
Oxford, b. 1685, d. 1763. Political and liter 
ary anecdotes of his own times ; ed. by P. II. 
Duncan. Boston, 1819. 12". 

King, Wm., M.D. Physiology as connected with educa 
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King, Gen. Wm. Letters to J. Monroe, Pres. of the U. S. 
n.;., 1820. 8. (B 535) 

and Hill, M. L. Remarks upon a pamphlet pub. at 

Bath. rel. to infractions of the laws during em 
bargo, rtc. Bath. 1825. S. (B 534) 

DISCLOSURE, no. 1 ; documents rel. to violations of the 

laws during the commercial restrictions and late war 
with Gr. Brit. Pt. 1. Bath, 1824. S*. (B 1106, 1789) 

VINDICATION of the character of A. Richardson 

against K. Portland, 1822. 8. (B570) 

Funeral di*< ourse on. 1352. See Flake, J. O. (B1246) 
King, Capt. William R. Report of experimental 

and theoretical investigations, relative to the 
quality, etc., of materials for defensive armor. 
Wash., 1870. 4. (U. S. Corps of eiigin. 
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King, Wm. Ross. The sportsman and naturalist 
in Canada. London, 1866. 8. 

King, Wm. Rufus, Vice- President of the U. S. 
UNITED STATES. 33rf Cong. 1st sess. OBIT 
UARY addresses on the occasion of the death 
of K., Dec. 8, 1853. Wash., ISoi. 8. 

SKETCHES of the lives of F. Pierce and W. R. K. 

n.t.p. [1852.] 8. (B1506) 
King Alexander, (fn Weber, II. Metrical romances, v. 

1. 1810.) 
King, The, and deserter: by J. Maddox. (fn Sargent, E. 

Mod. stand, dr., v. 3H.) 

King, A. and no king. See Beaumont, P., and Fletcher, J. 
King, The, and the Commons; cavalier and Puritan song. 

See Morley, H. 

King. The, and the miller of Mansfield. See Dodsley, R. 
King, The, and the minister, by M. do los Reyes, (fn Roa- 

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King, The, and the poor northern man ; from theecl. 

of 1640; ed. by J. P. Collier. London, 

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King Arthur. See Arthur. 
King Charles i.; a tragedy. See Harvard, W. M. 




King Charles I. ; an hint. tragedy. Sft Mitford. M. II. 
King Henry IV.. v.. vi., vill. .< Shakespeare, W. 
King Henry v.; u tragedy. Hill. A. 
King Horn, Mith fragments of Floriz Bnd Blaunchc- 

tiur and of The assumption of Our Lady ; 

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Eng. Text Soc.) 
King Juhn. Str Shakespeare, W. 
King Lear. A> Colman, O. ; Shakespeare, W. 
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King Rene s daughter. Aer Hertz, II. 
King Uichard n.. in. Sre Shakecpeare, W. 
King Willinm and K. Lewis. > K. William. 
King William and Q. Mary conquerors. Lmul.,1693. 4*. (B 7) 
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Acta .,nct.. T. 3-J. 1803.) 

Kingdom of heaven. JOXES, J. II. The kingdom 
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Klnghorn, Joseph. Public worship considered. London, 
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BALL. K. Reply lo K., a further vindication of free 

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Kinglake, Alexander Win. Eothcn ; or, Traces of 
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The invasion of the Crimea ; its origin and 

progress to the death of Lord Raglan. Lon 
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Same. N. York, 1863-75. 3 v. 12. 
Kinglake, Robert. On gout. London, 1804. 8". 

Keply to [Dr. A.] Edlin s two cases of gout ; 

death [from] the use of ice and cold water. 
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Stricture* of J. Parkinson s Observation* on the nature 

and cure of gout. Taunton, 1807. 8". (B 818) 

Kinglake, Win. Chapman. Byzantium; a poi-ni which ob 
tained the Chancellor s medal, Cambridge, 1830. (/n 
Cambridge Univ. Prolustonet. isoo.) Taking of 
Jerusalem In the tii>i crusade; prize poem, Cam 
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Kingman, Bradford, llistory of North Bridgewater, 
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Kingman, John, and othtr*. Exposition of the causes 
which led to the recession from the Meth. Kpis. Ch. 
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King*. For works on the conscience, duties, rights, etc., 
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Kings. Book of. See Bible (p. 273). 

King s and Queen s College of Physicians in 
Ireland. Transactions. Dublin, 1817-28. 
5 v. 8. 

ConUntn. Vol. 1. Crampton, J. Ulccratlon and 
rupture of the stomach. Stoker, W. Tumors within 
the abdomen. O Brien, J. Suppuration of the liver. 

Black, S. DissectioiM of two habitual drunkards. 

Mills, T. Influence of hepatic disease over the func 
tions of the uterus. Brooke, W. Uydrocephalus 
ucutus in an adult. Reid, li. L se of oxygen gas In 
antrina pet-torts; Nature ami treatment of tetanus. 

Brooke, W. Three cases of meliena in which the oil 
of turpentine was useful. Stoker, W. Dropsy and 
apoplexy . Grattan, K. Chronic rheumatic inflam 
mation cured by bandages. Crampton, J. Hydroce- 
phalic fever. Geoghegan, E. Abscess in the liver; 
Enormous distentiou of the colon. M Loughlin, 1 . E. 
Complicated dropsy and dissection. Percival, E. Ep 
idemic fevers of Dublin. Clarke, J. Registry kept 
in the Dublin lying-in hospital. O Brien, J. Medical 
report of the fever hospital in Cork St. 1H14. Grattan, 
It. Med. report for the same hospital, 1815. 2. Archer, 
N. ParacentesU of the thorax. Stoker, W. Fatal 
constipation of the bowels. Frizell, C. Ruptured 
uterus. Wilniot, S. Unusual termination of psoas 
abscess. Stoker, W. Aponlexia cephalitlca. Car- 
michael, A. Dreaming; Extirpation of a tumor of 
the neck engaging the parotid gland. Nicholl, W. 
Use of turpentine ; Case of angina pectoris. Perci 
val, E. Medullary sarcoma; Cases of inflammation 
and enlargement of the pancreas. Crampton, J. 
Clinical report on dropsies. Black, 8. Cases and dis 
sections illust. of diseases of the brain. O Brien, J. 
Inflammation and abscess of the brain. Grattan, U. 
Inflammation of the car. Carmichael, R. Observa 
tions on varix and venous inflammation; Incurable 
disease of the arm. Barry, ). M. Origin of intestinal 

worms. Stoker, W. Med. report for 1816. O Brien, 
J. 181T. Barker, F. Report rout nn account of the 
progress of the present epidemic. 3. Reid, U. Pa 
thology mid treatment of lc\r founded upon observa 
tions made during the |.ld mlc of the years 1817-1U. 

Harrison, W. Case of liivniorrhnge supposed to be 
from the spleen. Robinson, 8. Eruptive disease*. 
Ireland. R. 8. Idlopathlc tinphyntina. Nicholl, W. 
Affections, of the cranial bruin. Carmichael, R. Am 
putation of the hip Joint ; disc of CYMIUH he liiryngen. 

Pickel*. W. Report of the South Fever Asylum. 
Cork, 1817-19. Grattan, R. Case of ganirrene occa 
sioned by the ue of mercury. Brooke, W. A well- 
marked case of liver- conifh. Nicholl, W. Case of 
erethismal state of the brain; Case of mrlena. 
M Keever. T. Ruptured vagina. Falloon, D. Case 
of heart disease in a patient who had suffered from 
acute rheumatism. Grattan, It. Medical report for 
1819, O Brien. J. 1620. 4. Beatty, J. disc In 
which pregnancy occurred during the existence of a 
tumor In the cavity of the uterus. Pickel*, W. In 
testinal disease. Moriarty, T. Hepatic derangement. 

Beatty, J. Case of asdics in a child. Premature 
labor to which pregnant women arc not {infrequently li 
able, anon. Beatty, J. Affection of the head. 
Sheridan, E. Ha-malcmcsis cured by emetics of Ipe 
cacuanha. Crampton, J. Tinea; Conversion of 
disease. Nicholson, A. J. Separation of the ossa 
p-j uls. Cramp ton, J. Fatal result from men-mi. il 
ointment; Case of chorea. Bryan, D. Case where 
the thoracic and abdominal viscera were found mis 
placed. M Dowell, E. Diseases of the bladder. 
Evauson, II. D. Hydrocephalic fever. Teeling, C. 
Suppression of urine. Clarke, J. Variola after vac. 
dilution; Report of the cow-pock Institution. 1822. 
Picket*. W. Case of a young woman who continues 
to discharge from her stomach a number of Insects. 

Adams, It. Removal of tumors from the neck. 
Ryan. M. Opacity of the cornea and cataract. Bar 
ker, f. Med. and (hem. properties of sulphate of 
mi ina. Carmichael, R. Six cases of tctnnus. 
Crampton, J. Case of poisoning with opium. Graves, 
R. J. Chein. properties of an acid found in the human 
stomach. Creighton, J.. Jr. Use of tartar emetic 
ointment In epilepsy. Ryall, I. Purulent ophthalmia 
of new Infants. Reid, ft. Pathology of epilepsy. 
O Brien, J. Effects of sulphate of quina In typhus. 
Sharkey, P. Diabetes. O Brien, J. Use and advan 
tages of tobacco in the treatment of dysentery. 
Grave*, R. J. Report of the fever lately prevalent in 
Gaiwny and the west of Ireland. 5. Ryall, I. Use 
of nitrate of silver in certain affections of the eye. Os- 
borne, J. Observations on the use of emetics of ipecac- 
uan In menorrluiiria. Cuming, T. Peripncumonlu of 
children. Crampton, J. Case of open foramen ovule 
in an adult. Daly, P. Extirpation of an unusually 
large steatomatous tumor from the neck. Osborne, J. 
Indications afforded by the sensible qualities of plants. 

Townsend, R. Application and utility of the stctho. 
cope. Pickella, W. Sequel of the case of Mary 
Riordan. Wallace, W. Division of the spinal mar 
row- between the third and fourth dorsal vertebra;. 

O Brien. J. Medical report on the epidemic dysen 
tery of 1825. Wallace, W. Dissection of a dislocated 
hip. Reid, C. Clinical observations made during the 
epidemic fever of 1826. Stokes, W. Clinical observa 
tions on phthisis pulmonalls. Mills. T. Inquiry Into 
the nature of hydrocephalua. Jacob, A. Internal in 
flammation of the eye. Ryan, M. Extreme difficulty 
of respiration successfully treated with hydrocyanic 
acid. Townsend, R. Ltility of the stethoscope. 
Thetford, R. A. Indurated enlargement of the uterus. 

O Brien, J. Medical report for 1827. 

Kings and Queens Cos., -V. Y. WALLIXO, II. F. 

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King 1 * prerogative. The. and the subject s privileges assorted 

according to law and reason. Lond., 16So. P. (A M) 
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Gospel of the Pentateuch ; a set of parish ser 

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Herewurd, the last of the English. Boston, 

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Same. {In Good words, v. 6. 186.V) 

The hermits. London, [18G8J. 8". 

The heroes ; or, Greek fairy tales. Boston, 

1864. 12. 

Hypatia. Boston, 1854. 2 v. 16. 

Same. 5th ed. London, 1869. 8. 

Same, (/n Fraer*s mag., v. 45-47. 1H.V2-.VJ.) 

Letter* from the tropics. (In Good words, . 11. 1STO.) 

Limits of exact science as applied to history. 

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My wlnterjjarden. (In Fraser s inner., v. 57. 1858.) 

New miscellanies. Boston, 1860. 8. 

Content*. *A mad world, my musters . (Fraser, 
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Phaethon ; or, Loose thoughts for loose thinkers. 

2ded. Camb., 1854. 8. 

Same. From the 2d Lond.ed. Phila., 1854. 12. 

Poems. Boston, 1856. 16. 

The Roman and the Teuton; lectures before the 

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Burns and hi* school. (X. Brit, rev., Xov. 1851.) 
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Alexandria and her schools. My winter-garden. 
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Jfole. Repr. from the N. Brit. rev. and Eraser s mag. 

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Three lectures on the nncieu regime, as it ex 

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Twenty-five Tillage sermons. 6th ed. Lon 

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The wuter of life, and other sermons. London, 

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The water-babies ; a fairy tale. New ed. Lon 

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Same, (/n Littell s living nge. T. 75. 1862; and in 

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Westward Ho ! or, Voyage and adventures of 

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What then does Dr. Newman mean? 5th ed. 

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Yeast; a problem. New York, 1851. 12". 

A ott. Reprinted from Eraser s mug., v. 38. 1848; 
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BAYXE. P. (In hit Essay*. 2d ser. 1858.) 

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Kingsley, Henry. Austin Elliot. Bost., 1863. 12. 
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Hetty. New York, 1869. 8. 

Same. (In Every Saturday, v. 7. 1869.) 

The HUlyars and the Burtons. Boston, 1865. 


Same. (In Macmillan s ma jr., v. 9-11. 1864-6-5.) 

Leighton Court ; a country-house story. Bos 

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MadetnoliM-lle Matliilde. (In Gentleman s mag., v. 3- 

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Ravenshoe. Boston, 1862. 12". 

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Silcote of Silcotes. (fn Macmillan a mag., v. 14-16. 

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Stretton ; a novel. New York, 1869. 8. 

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Spitzbergen. D Ermcnonvillc s Acclimatization ad 
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My first voyage to Southern seas. London, 

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Westeni wanderings ; a pleasure tour in the 

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Sermon [on the importance of religious knowledge, 

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Sermon on the Lord s Supper. 2d ed. Newburyport, 

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Same. Boston, 1819. 8. (C 239) 

Vindication of the 1 roK.stant dissenting minister* ap 

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